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Kids LOVE puzzles - these space-themed math puzzles are engaging and great for developing strong number sense. $

Kids LOVE puzzles - these space-themed math puzzles are engaging and great for developing strong number sense. $

When I'm busy, you win! - Tales from Outside the Classroom

When I'm busy, you win

Strategies for Enhancing Higher Order Thinking (HOT) |  LD OnLine

Strategies for Enhancing Higher Order Thinking (HOT)

30 Riddles and Brain Teasers for Kids

30 Riddles and Brain Teasers for Kids

30 Riddles and Brain Teasers for Kids - print them from the post. Great for car trips, lunch boxes, etc.

25 DIY Educational Activities for Kids

25 DIY Educational Activities for Kids

Write addition or subtraction facts on the back side of the front of a cereal box. Cut them apart. Students solve the problems. When they flip them over, if the picture is correct, they answered correctly. For Vocab and definitions too!

SuperMath Color by de Code puzzles for 3rd grade. Your students will have FUN ;)

Super Math – 3rd grade - Color by Code – Common Core Aligned

SuperMath Color by de Code puzzles for 3rd grade. Your students will have FUN ;)

Crypto-Solve It. make bottom part something that can switch out for different phrases?

Crypto-Solve It. make bottom part something that can switch out for different phrases?

This one page sample and key are from my complete set of Brain Teasers for Transitions by The Teacher Next Door. The complete set has 25 pages with more than 250 higher level thinking activities that are perfect when you have an extra five to ten minutes right before recess or lunch when the kids are restless and you know it’s time to switch things around and get something going. They're also great to have on hand when you have a sub.

This one page sample and key are from my complete set of Brain Teasers for Transitions by The Teacher Next Door. The complete set has 25 pages with more than 250 higher level thinking activities that are perfect when you have an extra five to ten minutes right before recess or lunch when the kids are restless and you know it’s time to switch things around and get something going. They're also great to have on hand when you have a sub.

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