Students have critical thinking fun
as they put on their thinking caps. Included are 50 riddles and brain teasers
Would you prefer to have a ten-gallon container full of nickels or a five-gallon container full of dimes?
a 5-gallon container full of dimes (since dimes are smaller than nickels, you would get more)
This 7-page printable activity
is suitable for middle school, high school, homeschool, and college classes.
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Comments from teachers who have used this resource:
My students really enjoyed this activity.
I am looking forward to using this in the upcoming week to get my students back into the school mode.
Great resource! What a great way to use "free" time.
It was a great quick assignment for a last minute absence
that my high school math classes worked hard to outsmart each other.
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