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# Videos: Beginner Number & Logic Puzzles Pack 1

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46 MB|10 videos and 33 pages
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This pack contains 10 math videos for classroom use that allow students to focus on number and logic word problems. The video problems and accompanying work book encourage students to analyze, represent, connect, communicate and defend their mathematical thinking.

*10 cartoon videos focusing on Number and Logic Puzzles*

*34 page student workbook with long and short versions of work sheets*

*Full answer key* These 10 videos are meant to support a range of student math abilities.

Videos

Two Digit Number Puzzle:
Can you find a 2 digit number that is…
1. Odd
2. One of the digits is half of the other
3. Greater than 50

Be a Detective:
Find a number that
Is two digits
Less than 50
The sum of the digits is 12
There difference is 4

Pick-A-Puzzle:
Make each line add up to 16. Puzzle B: Make each line add up to 20.
Counting Legs:

Charles and Tina were visiting their Aunt Petunia’s Ranch. There were many chickens and pigs in the barn. Tina counted 32 legs. How many chickens and pigs might there have been?

Figure T:
Nine one-centimeter cubes are put together to make a “T”. If the complete figure is painted blue, how many cubes have exactly four blue faces? How are the remaining cubes painted?

Flash Felix:
Flash Felix scored 37 pts in his last game. Flash can score 1 point, 2 points, or 3 points on a shot. How might he have scored 37 points?

1 Have 6 Coins:
I have 6 coins worth 51 cents. What coins might I have? Is there more than one answer?

How Many Wheels?:
Toni Tricky owns Tricky’s Toys and Trikes. The store got an order of trikes and toy cars. We know that trikes have three wheels and cars have four wheels. If there are 37 wheels altogether, how many cars and trikes might there be in the order?

Sally, Carter and Claire collected 25 pieces of candy at the parade. Each of them ate a different odd number of candy. How many candies did each eat? How many ways can you solve this problem?

Numbers 1 Through 9:
Using these numbers find three numbers that have a sum of 12. How many different ways can you do it? Find four numbers with a total of 12. How many ways can you do it?

Total Pages
10 videos and 33 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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