Sharpen mathematical problem-solving skills with these brain-teasing activities. Parents, students, and teachers will love these fun challenges, puzzles, and logical thinking pages. They're a great way to practice higher-order thinking skills.Problems. (cont.) Page. 35: Magic. Squares. Formulas may be derived from this magic square and used to solve a different array. The center ... It may be easier for some students to understand pyramid numbers if they actually build the pyramid. If you build a ... For example, 1 x 1 = 1, 11 x 11 = 121, 111 x 111 = 12321, etc.
|Title||:||Math Problem-Solving Activities for Number Relations|
|Author||:||Sylvia J. Connolly|
|Publisher||:||Teacher Created Materials - 2014-02-01|