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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
Snip and Clip
This week's puzzle is an adaptation of a trick I found in Perplexing Puzzles and Tantalizing Teasers by Martin Gardner, perhaps the greatest living [more]
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]
Similar Shapes
In mathematics, two figures that have the same shape, but not necessarily the same size are similar. The challenge in this puzzle is to draw in lines [more]
Total Count-Ability
How many different answers can you find and justify for the nursery rhyme Going to St. Ives? As I was going to St. Ives I met a man with sev [more]
The Bridge Crossing Challenge
This week's puzzle is a brief study of network theory whose roots began with a problem that was first approached in 1735 in Köningsberg, Prussia (no [more]
The Goalpost Puzzle
The Puzzle Corner activity this week is an adaptation of a classical matchstick puzzle from recreational mathematics. As has been noted before in t [more]