A play on the Choose Your Own Adventure books of your childhood, a Choose Your Own Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of the puzzle to guess where in the heck they are.
Student choices will affect the types of clues they will receive and allows for additional practice for enrichment or remediation. In my experience, our students are underexposed to many countries of the world and this is a an easy way a math teacher can throw some interdisciplinary content without sacrificing their math!
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This is a zip folder with 141 puzzles for 141 different math topics. An answer key is included. Works great for warm-ups and homework! .
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