For Teachers Updated November 8, 2017

4 Sites Offering Easy and Printable Math Puzzles

By The Room 241 Team February 16, 2013

If you’re in need of printable math puzzles, we have found several valuable sources that can help. Printable math puzzles give teachers a vast array of options for helping students’ master math at their own pace.

These four sites offer unique, fun ways for students to retain important math concepts they’ll need throughout their school career.

HelpingWithMath.com

HelpingWithMath.com offers puzzles as a fun way for students to figure out problems, including:

  • Multiplication puzzles
  • Math crosswords
  • Number jumbles
  • Multiplication boxes

This site provides a small glimpse of what the puzzle looks like, next to a handy download link. Teachers can print puzzles with or without answers.

This website also has a wealth of other printable tools for teachers including worksheets, quizzes and grade-specific tests. All the resources are organized in different ways: by subject, grade, worksheets, or printables.

TeAchnology

TeAchnology offers many printable math puzzles, each puzzle has a brief description under the clickable title, so teachers know exactly what they’re downloading. The site includes addition and subtraction cross number puzzles, a “Which is Greater” simple puzzle for kindergartners, and addition math box puzzles. The site has over 300 math puzzles for a variety of skill levels.

The site also offers worksheets, lesson plans, tools, tips and other teacher resources you can’t miss.

MathGames4Children

MathGames4Children offers an amazing assortment of math puzzles neatly organized by skill level, starting with preschool math practice and advancing by grade level. Math puzzles include Sudoku, Find the secret trail, and Magic squares.

From simple counting and telling time, to geometry and algebra, you are likely to find a puzzle to suit the needs of your students here.

The Teacher’s Corner

The Teacher’s Corner provides teachers a simple way to create their own printable math puzzles.

The Sudoku area lets teachers create Sudoku math puzzles with specific difficulty levels and gives the option of selecting the number of puzzles per page. When a page is printed, new puzzles are created.

Teacher’s Corner also has a “Brain Teasers” area with more fun math puzzles that teachers can customize. The site also offers many more printable tools for use at all grade levels.

The are only a few examples of the amazing math material available for teachers. Many websites custom options, so teachers are solely in control of what their students are using in class to better learn and love math! Give one of these great resources a shot, and your math class and lesson plans will never be the same.

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