I think these make great tasks for Math group activities, for Grades 5 and 6, as they require deep thinking as well as calculation!
Print, laminate and GO! Or use whole sheets as a worksheet.
These are thinking puzzles, that I've used the popularity fidget spinners images to capture interest students.
These are arithmagons.
An arithmagon is a polygon with numbers on its vertices and edges. Usually the task has one set (either vertices or edges) and students are asked to work out the others.
When the numbers on two vertices are added, the total should be the same as the number on their common edge.
There are 42 spinners, all answers and a sheet for students to record finished tasks.
The first few are the easiest, but these are thinking challenges! I've included answers and a formula that you want to share with your students, after they have solved, discovered and discussed.
They are also useful for early finishers.
I have provided the same cards in black ink, if you prefer.