One of these things is not like the other, one of these things just doesn't belong.....can you find which thing is not like the other? Except, maybe your answer for each "Puzzle" isn't the same as your neighbor's. (Sometimes the kids come up with something you hadn't even thought of.). Project this powerpoint and see what differences kids can find in each puzzle.
There are 35 distinct slides in this presentation, enough to add this to your math routines once a week. Each slide is useful in grades K-3 for critical thinking and recognizing patterns. (Included is one blank slide for you to make your own if you ever want to!) These are simple enough for a 5-8 year old to figure out, yet they had my head spinning making them because there are multiple answers to each slide. As you add this to your math routines once a week, watch as kid's reasoning skills develop alongside their ability to communicate effectively with a partner or the group.
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