The Math Mysteries series was designed to encourage students to think like math detectives, using clues to solve problems. These four different types of activities are found in each book: story-based mysteries, activities that discover the mysteries found in mathematics, rhyming riddles, and qcrack-the-codeq problems. All activities are identified in the table of contents with the NCTM standards. Activities integrate problem-solving with numbers and operations and can be used in a variety of ways. The forty engaging activities can be assigned individually, in pairs, as small group assignments, or can be solved together by the whole class. Students are also challenged to create their own math mysteries for others to solve. As students begin to think and write mathematically, they will enjoy the challenge found in each activityTo the Teacher Moth MysTeries for sTudenTs in The sixth grade conTdins a#39;-l0 engdging dcTiviTies ThdT encourage ... Through discussion you can assess understanding and guide sTudenTs To see relationships and make generdlizdtions.
|Title||:||Math Mysteries, Grade 6|
|Author||:||Frank Schaffer Publications|
|Publisher||:||Carson-Dellosa Publishing - 2012-10-22|