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Welcome to our Puzzle Corner where you will find a collection of math and science puzzles to stimulate and engage your students.  They are sorted into categories which you’ll find in the left-hand column.  Use the links provided to explore and enjoy these puzzles.

Some Random Puzzles
How Many Squares?
In this week's puzzle students are asked to find out how many squares are in the figure shown. This is not a difficult puzzle, but it does require so [more]
Square Stumper
The object of this puzzle is to divide the large square into four equal regions, each with the same size, shape, and number of circles. Although this [more]
Three in a Row
Three in a Row is a two-person game played on a 3 x 3 square grid using six markers. Each player needs three markers which can be easily distinguishe [more]
Leprechaun on the Loose
This week's puzzle activity is another disentanglement puzzle. These puzzles range from simple to difficult and most appear, at first glance, to be i [more]
Möbius Mysteries
Puzzle Question How can you explain the apparent paradox of the double Möbius strips? Materials Scratch paper Scissors Tape Student sheets Puz [more]
Lettering Logic
This week’s Puzzle Corner activity challenges students to find the “logic” or rule behind a pricing scheme for wooden letters when given a nu [more]