1. Give your students a problem from this file of math puzzlers (AGMath.com) to encourage thinking outside of the box!

2. Challenging Math (mathtop10.com) – This page contains various problem solving activities for grade sixes – there are links for Grades 1-7 along the left hand margin.

3. Direct your students to this math problem-solving website that has many real-life word problems for students to solve (created by Robert Kaplinsky). Choose the appropriate grade level and/or strand for focused search results.

4. Encourage your students to prepare and compete in a math contest (see the Extras – Contests and Other Events page for more information and resources.)

5. Daily Sudoku For Kids

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