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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
Linking Loops
This week the Puzzle Corner activity utilizes concepts from one of the most recent fields in mathematics - topology. Topology is the study of geome [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]
Arrow Arrangements
This particular puzzle comes from The Moscow Puzzles. The puzzle is found in the section entitled "Geometry with Matches," which offers a selection o [more]
Alternate Arrangements
Six drinking glasses are arranged in a row. The first three are filled with water; the next three are empty. Is it possible to get the full and empty [more]
Arranging Rectangles
My thanks to Richard Thiessen for this week's puzzle. It consists of six pieces that can be put together to make rectangular regions (the regions can [more]
A-Point-ing Pennies
This week's Puzzle Corner activity is a one-person game with a fascinating history that goes back thousands of years and spans three continents. Domi [more]