Students will work in groups to solve ten word problems about the Titanic. You can make this into a race to see which group solves the problems and builds their puzzle first. They will receive one problem at a time. Each time they finish a problem they must hand it to the teacher. If the problem is correct they will receive a new problem and a puzzle piece. This continues until the group solves all ten problems correctly and also builds their puzzle of the “Titanic” correctly. Problem types include: measures of central tendency, geometry, order of operations, factors, multiples, exponents, and basic math.