Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Math Fact Puzzles

One of my teammates was telling me about a website where you can create basic math facts puzzles.
All you have to do is enter in a greeting and it generates a puzzle for your students to solve.  I thought it would be a great activity for students to do for homework.  I can see my students enjoying solving these math puzzles.  Anyway to get them to practice their math facts works for me. 
Here's an example of one I completed.  I believe this puzzle says "Practice Your Math Facts Every Night".  or something like that. 



Here's the link to the site.
http://www.softschools.com/math/greetings/

There are a lot of other worksheets that you can generate.  The best part is that it is for free.

 Have fun looking around.

4 comments:

Kristen said...

This is great, thank you so much!!
Kristen :)

Christina Bainbridge said...

I just made one for morning work this morning... thanks for sharing! I put a joke as the "directions" on mine and the code spells out the answer to the joke!

:)
Christina
Mrs. Bainbridge's Blog

Sandy said...

I like the idea of using it for jokes too. Thanks for sharing your idea! :)

Ms. Preppy said...

This is so awesome!! Thank you for sharing--it will be so perfect for my morning work!

Caitlin
Ms. Preppy's Adventures in Primary and Polka Dots