Graphing Tool, This Day in History, Daily Riddle, Poll, Quiz and Compare, Grab Bag, Mathematicians, Probability

Graphing Tool, This Day in History, Daily Riddle, Poll, Quiz and Compare, Grab Bag, Mathematicians, Probability

17 challenging brainteasers for kids that will stretch your brain

18 Challenging Brainteasers for Kids That Will Stretch Your Brain

17 challenging brainteasers for kids that will stretch your brain

Riddle of the day! Do you know the answer? Comment below and Pin it to see if friends know!

Riddle of the day! Do you know the answer? Comment below and Pin it to see if friends know!

Try really hard not to look at the answers before you come up with your own, as tempting as it is.

A Few Riddles To Keep Your Brain On The Right Track

Try really hard not to look at the answers before you come up with your own, as tempting as it is.

Old School RuneScape Celebrates Summer with Daily Riddles - News Canada Binary

Old School RuneScape Celebrates Summer with Daily Riddles - News Canada Binary

This is a set of 190 riddles and brainteasers that can be used in the classroom. Questions are geared to Grades 2-5. Post a riddle a day in the mor...

This is a set of 190 riddles and brainteasers that can be used in the classroom. Questions are geared to Grades 2-5. Post a riddle a day in the mor...

What a neat idea!  Dewey's Number Of The Day Students find Melville out on the shelves, explore the books around him, then jot down what they think that Dewey number means.  Prizes?  Extra checkout?

What a neat idea! Dewey's Number Of The Day Students find Melville out on the shelves, explore the books around him, then jot down what they think that Dewey number means. Prizes? Extra checkout?

Where was the first chicken fried? No, not Kentucky. Using the given coordinates, students will discover the correct answer, Greece. Looking for a way to get students excited about longitude and latitude? These daily riddles bring fun to the classroom while

Mapping Fun Daily Bellringers

Where was the first chicken fried? No, not Kentucky. Using the given coordinates, students will discover the correct answer, Greece. Looking for a way to get students excited about longitude and latitude? These daily riddles bring fun to the classroom while

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