Maria's Math Tips, November 2015
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1. Math Mammoth newsAnnouncing the upcoming THANKSGIVING SALE... In just a few weeks! Stay tuned for more details!
2. VideosHere's a collection of videos I have uploaded to my channel recently:
Working with expressions (grades 6-7/pre-algebra)
The simplest equations (grade 7/pre-algebra)
3. Number tile puzzlesI just found a BEAUTIFUL (I mean really neat!) set of number tile puzzles on this site .
(Hat tip goes to Math Mama and Math Teachers at Play Carnival #91)
These puzzles require the student to use each of the numbers from 0 to 9 exactly once on the puzzle page. The student can use number tiles — or could simply write the numbers in the empty places.
They advance from simple ones to more challenging ones, and require some thinking!
And they're free to download and use.
4. More math puzzlesThis is another website that has a fairly large collection of neat printable math puzzles (or brain teasers)!
They're typically based on different types of number patterns.
The puzzles are organized into four levels, and there are 20-30 puzzles in each level. So there's lots to do!
For example, this page has level 1 brain teasers.
The main menu is here.
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