Guess how many – Students learn basic statistics by guessing how many items are in a jar.
Fibonacci Numbers – Students learn about Fibonacci numbers and a fibonacci math trick.
Blaise Pascal’s Triangle
The Game of Sprouts
Connect 9 Dots with 4 Lines – This brain puzzler will help students think outside the box.
The Magic Number – This is another number trick that will also trick students into learning basic algebra.
Squaring 2 Digit Numbers Ending in 5
The Number & The Age
Multiplication by 11 – Students learn how to multiply by 11 in their heads.
4 Equilateral Triangles with 6 Sticks – This is another brain puzzler to get kids thinking outside the box.
Think of a Number Less Than 10…
How to Tell a Person’s Age
Numbers – Sum of Digits = Divisible by 9
Predict the Throw of 3 Dice
How to Find What Day Something Happened
The Card Game of 50 – This is a KidsSci card game similar to War that uses math.
Multiplying by 9’s
Multiplying Alternating Numbers
Multiplying Numbers Ending in 1
Multiplying by 15, 150, 1500 & beyond
Muliplication by Excesses
Quick Division Rules
Tower of Hanoi puzzle – Kids learn the solution to solving the Tower of Hanoi puzzle and learn some math.
Of Numbers Thought Upon
How to Measure Height or Distance
Pick a Card / The Three Pile Problem
How to sum numbers to 1,000
How to make a square out of a 15″x3″ board
Two Jars Riddle
Diophantus Age Riddle
Make a Homemade Theodolite
Multiplication on One Line
Square Any Number of Nines
Adding Large Columns of Numbers
Multiplying Numbers with Fractions
Multiplying by 25 or 12-1/2 or 125
Primary Numbers Spreadsheet
Dudeney’s Dissection / Triangle to a Square
The Game of PIG
Put & Take Probability Dice Game
The Game of Senet
The Diabolical Cube
The Game of Nim
1729 or 2357
Dividing by 7, 11 & 13 Trick
Multiply by 10 & Subtract Multiple of 9
Addition Table Trick
Mathematical Black Hole
Steinmeyer Nine-Card Trick
Howard Adams Mated Cards Trick
Tafl games (Hnefatafl, Tablut, etc.)
Fox & Geese games
Electronics for Beginners
Electronics for Beginners
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