July 8, 2021 7 min read
Solving puzzles is fun and helps us learn. Math puzzles for kids are especially useful as they give your child’s learning a boost in many ways and help them engage with numbers (and enjoy it!) from a young age. With math being such an important life skill, puzzles are great way to induct them into the exciting world of numbers and set them up for success in the long term. In this edition of Tickle Your Brain, we have 5 math puzzle questions for kids to try ranging from very easy to challenging. Are you ready to tickle your brain?
A) 20, because it’s the same 20 houses which were on your right that are on the left while coming back! That was a tricky one. It will get easier, we promise! So keep going.
A) 3 (the grandfather is also the father and the father is also the son). We hope the men had a fun day out together!
A) A decimal point (7.8>7 and 7.8<8). That is a smart one! It must surely be getting easier! The more you do these, the better you will get at it!
A) 888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1000
A) Chips=14, Pretzel=14, Cookie=8, Popcorn=13 so the answer is 222. Now reward yourself with that snack you were thinking about while solving this puzzle! Pro tip: try some healthy like a fruit or milkshake.
We hope you enjoyed those interesting puzzles! Math games and activities can help your child develop an enthusiasm for numeracy. Working on math activities, particularly at home, gives you an opportunity to practice and talk about math in a relaxed context, taking away the pressure that some children feel in the classroom and making it feel less scary! It also helps them improve academically and they can think more strategically.’
Keep coming back here for more such puzzles in our next edition of Tickle Your Brain! Learn more foundational math concepts using Practically’s 3D videos, simulations and AR, download the app now and Bring Learning Alive!
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