Here you'll find a comprehensive maths puzzles pack. Your students can choose from addition, multiplication, division or subtraction maths puzzles. The individual descriptions for each pack are listed below:
Inside this pack, you can find differentiated times tables puzzles. Children can solve and match the puzzle pieces to create different shapes. The puzzles are colour coded green, yellow and red to demonstrate levels of difficulty. Take a look at the contents of the puzzle pieces below:
Green: 2x, 5x and 10x tables
Yellow: 3x, 4x, 6x, 7x, 8x, 9x, 11x, 12x
Red: Multiplying three times tables, multiplying a two digit number by 2, 5 or 10, multiplying a two digit number by 6, 7, 8, or 9
There are differentiated maths puzzles based on division questions. The green division puzzles are geared towards a more basic level e.g. working on division facts for 5s, 10s and 2 x tables. The yellow/orange maths puzzles are for children learning their 3s, 4s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 11s, and 12s. The red division pack moves onto more complicated division questions, including dividing by 10 and 100, dividing with decimal answers and dividing three digits by a one digit number.
Inside this pack, you can find differentiated maths puzzles which are colour coded into green, amber and red puzzles. The green puzzles include number bond matching activities and adding single digit numbers. The amber maths puzzles are great for an extra challenge. They include questions that involve adding two two digit numbers and bridging through 10.
The red maths tarsia puzzles are aimed at challenging and stretching the higher ability groups. These questions involve adding three digit numbers and include missing digit addition problems.
There are differentiated maths puzzles based on subtraction questions. The green division puzzles are geared towards a more basic level e.g. working on subtracting number facts from 10, 20 and 100.
The yellow/orange maths puzzles are for children who are able to subtract larger numbers e.g subtracting a one digit number from a two digit number and a two digit number from a three digit number. These puzzles involve some bridging through 10.
The red division pack moves onto more complicated subtraction questions, including subtracting a 3 digit number from a 3 digit number and two step calculation questions e.g. multiplying and subtracting the answer.