Monday, May 8, 2017

Make Math FUN this Summer!!!

Make Math FUN this Summer!!!
The weeks approaching summer vacation can be a great time to get some review in for the students as the year closes.  These NO PREP  activity worksheets can be great for end of the year review as well as keeping skills fresh over the summer.  I think you will enjoy these summer themed riddles.

These riddles are great for reviewing previous topics or practicing current skills. These riddles can be helpful in your classroom at this busy time of year. (And sneak a little fun into the classroom)  I have made these math riddles to combine fun and learning for this time of year.

My summer collection has over 45 math riddles


Enjoy Summer riddles like these...
What to you call a lazy crayfish?
What do you call an awesome octopus?
Why did the whale cross the ocean?
What do sheep do on a sunny day?
How do baseball players stay cool in the summer?
Why don’t mummies go on summer vacation?
Why do bananas use sunscreen?
and many more



Engage your students with these Summer Math riddles worksheets! I began creating math riddles to make math more fun in my own classroom. 

I love hearing my students giggle as they solve the riddle at the end of the worksheet. Students solve  problems, each problem has a letter assigned to it and the letters help to solve the riddle. It is a great way to combine fun and learning!
Make math FUN!


Topics covered in the Riddles
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and  Long Division with Whole Numbers
Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Adding Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Decimals
Reducing Fractions, Converting Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers,
Order of Operations
Scientific Notation

**As always they are offered in color and grayscale for easy duplication for your students in the copier.**


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2 comments:

  1. Riddles add fun to almost any content. Great idea.

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  2. Your math riddles are a fun way to review math concepts during the summer months...

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