This fun and engaging Math puzzle will be a nice change of pace on those cold and dark January days! This could be used as homework the weekend before Martin Luther King Jr. Day or as an activity on a snow day when you need to change up your plans quickly.
The puzzle includes 15 clouds (both in color and black and white) that each have one problem on them. Students will move around the room solving to problems. After they finish, they will come to you for the key. They will use their answers to find the correct letters on the key and then decode the puzzle.
The final phrase is a small piece of writing from Martin Luther King Jr's Letter from a Birmingham Jail on April 16, 1963.
This resource is part of the bundle ALGEBRA PUZZLE BUNDLE
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3 pages for student work
1 page with the puzzle to be solved
1 page with the puzzle to be solved with answers
4 pages each in color and black and white with the clouds
1 page that contains all of the problems and their answers (this is just for you)
1 page that includes 7 copies of the key
To find other holiday Algebra puzzles:
For high school English related items, try:
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VOCABULARY FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR-APRIL FOOLS PAGE
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