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Videos: Intermediate Number & Logic Puzzles Pack 1

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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*

These 10 videos are meant to support a range of student math abilities.

Videos

Find The Sum:
23 + 25 + 27 + 23 + 25 + 27 + 23 + 25 + 27 + 23 + 25 + 27 + 23 + 25 + 27 + 23 + 25 + 27 Explain three different ways to solve this problem.

Cousins:
Meet Bonnie, George and Robert. Bonnie has twice as many cousins as Robert. George has 5 cousins, which is 11 less than Bonnie. How many cousins does Robert have?

Color Puzzle:
Red is not next to Grey
Blue is between White and Grey
Green is not a square
Blue is on the right of pink
What color is each shape?

Mr. Frank’s Circles :
Can you put the numbers 1 through 11 in the circles so that every line has the same total?

Circle Game:
A group of students is sitting in a circle. Every
student faces someone across the circle. The
students count off in order, starting with number one. Student 2 sits directly across from student seven. How many student are in the circle?

1 Through 9 in a Square:
Can you put 1 through 9 into each square so that every row, column and diagonal add up to 15?

Cafeteria:
Monique spent \$6 at the school cafeteria this week. Cookies cost \$0.25, candy bars are \$0.65 and chips are \$0.75. She only bought cookies, candy bars or chips. What combinations of snacks might she have bought? How many combinations can you find?

Gail for Mayor:
Gail is running for mayor. Gail had 500 “Vote for Gail” buttons made. One the first day she gave away fifty buttons. On the second day she gave away 62 buttons. On the third day she gave away 74 buttons. If the pattern continues, how many days will it take to give away all 500 buttons?

Kyle and his dad took a road trip along the famous route 402! They started at Duck Bluff and drove 77 miles south. The next day they drove 24 miles North to Rooster Cove. On day three they drove 32 miles South to Amber Flatts. On day 4 they drove 164 miles south to Red Rim Rock. Day 5 was a drive of 27 miles North to Quails Helm. Day 6 was a drive of 26 miles south to Wonder Ridge. How many miles did Kyle and his dad drive? How many miles are Duck Bluff and Wonder Ridge Apart?

St. Ives:
I was going to St. Ives. I met a man with 7 wives. Each wife had 7 sacks. Each sac had 7 cats. Each cat had 7 kittens. Man, kittens, cats, sacks and wives. How many were going to St. Ives?
Total Pages
10 videos and 34 pages
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2 Weeks
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