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Students use combinations to help solve a puzzle. In this math combinations lesson, students use combinations to help them solve a puzzle presented in video clips. Students compare and share their results with classmates, discussing different methods.
Discover the process of writing a story by comparing it to a puzzle. Begin by examining a diagram shaped like a puzzle which contains important elements of a story. Learners mix and match the pieces with elements of a story they are writing to experiment with the overall piece.
Students sort organisms and objects into groups according to their parts and describe how the groups are formed.They identify body parts of animals from puzzle pieces, assemble the puzzle, and name the animal.
Learners use this problem to develop spatial skills. As the students handle the shapes and join them together they strengthen their understanding of the attributes of shapes. This lesson also gives learners the opportunity to make up their own puzzles which is good for building confidence.
In order to better understand basic geometric concepts and shape identification skills, learners use tangrams to construct a series of images. Four different tangram templates, assessment options, and discussion questions are included in this thoughtful lesson.
In this addition crossword puzzle instructional activity, students fill in eight missing numbers so every column and row add up to the number at the end of each column and row.
In this class project instructional activity, students are given a piece of a puzzle to label and decorate with markers, glitter and glue. Students connect their piece of the puzzle with their classmates to create a wall puzzle for decoration.
In this multiplication worksheet, students match up 12 multiplication math problems puzzle pieces to 12 pieces of another puzzle with the answers on them.
In this puzzle squares activity, 5th graders look at three number squares and circle the one that is a true puzzle square. Students write the missing number in two puzzle squares and then create two of their own puzzle squares.
In this solving subtraction crossword puzzles worksheet, students use the numbers in the boxes to determine the missing numbers and solve the subtraction puzzles. Students solve four puzzles.
In this math puzzle learning exercise, students complete 4 crossword puzzles in which addition facts are solved in rows and columns.
In this math puzzle worksheet, students complete 4 different crossword puzzles in which addition problems are solved in rows and columns.
In this online/interactive crossword worksheet, students read clues and solve the puzzle using words about the autumn season. Students type 21 word answers and check them by observing the color of their answers-yellow indicates a correct answer and red means incorrect.
Make multiplication facts a little more fun using a crossword puzzle! Learners solve twenty-eight problems and fill in the puzzle as they go. The advantage is that they know if they have done something wrong because of discrepancies in the puzzle. Most problems are single-digit multiples, but a couple involve two-digit numbers multiplied by single-digit numbers.
In this math puzzle worksheet, students solve 28 problems and insert the answers into a puzzle grid. The problems include all 4 math operations, telling time, measurement, word problems, rounding, money and math patterns. Answers will be numbers, not words.
In this math puzzle worksheet, students solve 28 problems and insert the answers into a puzzle grid. The problems include all 4 math operations, telling time, measurement, word problems, rounding, money and math patterns. Answers will be numbers, not words.
In this math puzzle worksheet, students solve 28 problems and insert the answers into a puzzle grid. The problems include all 4 math operations, telling time, measurement, word problems, rounding, money and math patterns. Answers will be numbers, not words.
In this puzzle squares worksheet, 5th graders look at 3 number squares and circle the one that is a puzzle square, write the missing number in 2 number squares and then make 2 personal number squares.
Young scholars solve a puzzle using logic. In this math instructional activity, students move match stick around an object without crossing or touching the object. This is an interactive online puzzle.
A fun and challenging vocabulary exercise that focuses the learner's attention on word root meanings, this crossword puzzle would make a great homework or sponge activity. Pupils are provided with 12 clues and they must come up with appropriate vocabulary words to fill into the word puzzle. All words contain the roots PLIC, FAC or COGN. This activity does not include a word bank which makes the task more open-ended. Clues, puzzle and answer key can all be printed out for use in your class.