Candy Corn Math Puzzles (Multiplication and Division for 3rd-4th graders)

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Candy Corn Math Puzzles (Multiplication and Division for 3rd-4th graders)

Check out these multiplication and division puzzles for 3rd & 4th graders. This is a super cool math games that will help kids get excited about and enjoy math.
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Kids will hardly realize they are practicing math when it is this fun! 

Candy Corn Math Puzzles

This cool math games is geared at 3rd grade and 4th grade students who are practicing multiplying and dividing with numbers from 0-18.

Simply print on card stock (for durability) and cut out the candy corn, then cut apart the colored sections. Have your student put together the puzzle by solving the division and multiplication problems.

There are 22 puzzles to complete.


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1 comment:

  1. Beth - loved, loved, loved the candy corn math! My two kids had a good time competing against each other. Of course, T won since he was doing the addition/subtraction set. C enjoyed doing the multiplication/division set and it seemed more like play than work. I did notice that on the multiplication/division set the 1, 11 and 16 had jumbled answers that didn't fit the answer. Again, loved them and thank you for sharing with this homeschool family!