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PUZZLING AND PERPLEXING PROBLEMS

by
Mary Lee Malen
and
Gwenn Holtz

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Levering Science Magnet School
Philadelphia, PA 19128

SEASONAL PROBLEMS FOR THE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CLASS

We have designed these pages so that there are ready-made problems for each month of the school year. These problems include holidays, seasons, and sports. Many of them are open-ended so that children can get extra practice for the standardized tests. If you do use any of our problems, we would appreciate your feedback.

Apple Puzzlers - September

Football Frenzy - October

Bewitching Problems - October

Columbus Day - October

Autumn Challenges - October

Veterans' Day - November

Happy Thanksgiving - November

Happy Holidays - December

Merry Math - December

Millennium Math - January

Martin Luther King - January

Winter Wonderland - January

Super Bowl Summaries - January

Valentine's Day - February

In Honor of Our Presidents - February

Blow Wind, Blow - March

Women's History Month - March

Top of the Mornin' - March

Bunny Hopping - March/April

April Showers - April

Batter Up! - April

Earth Day - April

The Shape of Things - May

How Does Your Garden Grow - May

Mother's Day Math - May

To the Beach... - June


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Mary Lee Malen (6th Grade) or Gwenn Holtz (7th Grade)

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