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Grades 5-6These problems are designed for students in Grades 5-6.
- Bake Sale requires students to work backward to solve the problem.
- Monkey Business also requires students to work backward to figure out how many coconuts there were before each monkey ate one and took a third of what was left.
- Reading Challenge requires students to figure out what page a student read last, given only the product of the last two pages.
- Factor Investigation challenges students to list all factors of the numbers 1-25 and identify the numbers as abundant, deficient, perfect, prime. Students can refer to this list when playing Factor Blaster or Factor Game.
- Thirteen Ways Recording Sheet was designed for students to record the thirteen ways to shade the diagram to represent 1/2 as found on the PBS Cyberchase website listed on the Recording sheet.
- MATH TV: Problem Solving Videos are designed for middle school students. Students may choose from several interactive word problems and then view the video solution for each.
- Open-ended Math Problems from the Franklin Institute Online offers monthly problems in Number Theory; Geometry; Measurement; Patterns, Algebra & Functions; Data, Statistics & Probability. The site offers three different levels of difficulty for each strand.
- Math Practice Problems for Grade 5
- Grade 5 Math Inventory: Web School
- Puzzling and Perplexing Problems: Seasonal Math Problems for the Middle School Math Class
- The Million Dollar Mission asks students to decide which salary is the better offer for one month's work: one million dollars or one cent on the first day, two cents on the second day, four cents on the third day, etc.
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