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#1 Re: Puzzles and Games » Hidato, Numbrix, Kakuro, Fubuki, Shikaku, and Fillomino number puzzles » 2012-02-28 20:41:45

Thanks Bob,
Took me some time indeed. But my students love them, so it was all worth it. Thank you for your positive response.

#2 Puzzles and Games » Hidato, Numbrix, Kakuro, Fubuki, Shikaku, and Fillomino number puzzles » 2012-02-28 19:36:17

Replies: 4

As a math teacher I have always been looking for printable number puzzles for my primary students (or older in case of tutoring). I think that math puzzles kind of 'hide' the original content and are excellent math facts skill builders and can greatly enhance estimation skills. Problem is that there are not a lot of free printable puzzles online except for Sudoku and some Kakuro puzzles.

I have, therefor, put a lot of effort in producing these puzzles my self. You can find free and printable Kakuro, Hidato, Nubrix, Shikaku, Fillomino and Fubuki puzzles at my modest math website:

Please feel free to use them and give me some feedback. My students love them and I am developing a lot more (Nikoli) puzzles!

All the best,
Math teacher for grades 1 to 6

#3 Help Me ! » Hidato » 2011-10-11 19:26:59

Replies: 1

Hello everyone,
Maybe strange question, but I like to use Hidato games in my lessons.
Anyone any idea where to get printables. Free of course.
I know EdHelper has some, but here you need to pay for a membership.
So please let me know

#4 Re: This is Cool » sums that total ten » 2011-10-11 02:50:22

-100 + 110
there are unlimited answers!

#5 Re: Guestbook » Useful websites! » 2011-10-11 02:47:43

[site removed by moderator] is a great source of math worksheets. Also use youtube for instruction videos

#6 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Random worksheets » 2011-10-11 02:46:05

Unfortunately I cannot add links yet.
Google math in English worksheets,
Great resource

#7 Re: This is Cool » Great math site » 2011-10-11 02:37:09

Sounds good. I'll check it as well

#8 Re: Ganesh's Puzzles » 10 second questions » 2011-10-11 02:35:26

1 kilometer is how many millimeter?

#9 Re: Guestbook » Useful websites! » 2011-07-19 16:53:34

Brianguk wrote:

Hi I have been looking for useful websites for my child to get upto speed on his 11+ maths.  Does anyone have any good points of reference?

There are loads of good websites, but I think you need to search per curriculum topic.
I would love to give you some suggestions, but am not allowed to give urls here.

#10 Re: This is Cool » We Use Math (Video) » 2011-07-19 16:47:20

Love the video, but indeed a bit confusing.

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