Puzzles are an aspect of mathematics that is done to test the thinking ability of kids. Kids can be guided at the start of this topic but they will surely be the best once they get the clue. Some of the sections included in this worksheet are listed below:

Addition across down puzzle – This puzzle consists of numbers written across and down with the addition signs. Kids are expected to add across and down the puzzle line and write the answers at the last boxes.

Addition box and multiplication box – More like the across down puzzle, kids will be asked to add or multiply (as the case may be) up the numbers both across and down the addition or multiplication box to give the numbers at the last row and column of the box.

Circle drill addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction – The circle drill is a type of question in which the numbers given in the middle drills are added, divided, multiplied or subtracted as indicated with the number in the center of the drill. The answer they get will be written at the last drill of the circle. It is a fun-learning technique that will boost the thinking faculty of the kids.

Counting table – Kids are to count by a given number (that serves as the difference) to a given number. This is to show how smart a kid is since they must reach the exact number given. Any slight change in the destination number shows that there is a mistake somewhere. They must be guided by their teacher.

Magic squares – This box consists of some numbers and the kids will be asked to find the magic number.

Number patterns – From this sequence of numbers, kids will be asked to find the pattern and follow the sequence.

Secret trail subtraction and Addition – This is either subtraction and addition and the kids are to find the secret trails. Kids are to be guided the first time and be put through all through the sections.

Subtraction across down puzzle – This puzzle consists of numbers which are written across and down with the subtraction signs. Kids are expected to subtract the numbers across and down the puzzle line and write the answers at the last boxes.

Sudoku puzzle – Sudoku puzzle consists of numbers that are written in a box of 9×9. These numbers are written with some missing and kids will be asked to fill in the numbers with numbers from one to nine that are neither across nor down the puzzle line.

Table drill addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction – The table drill consists of numbers across and down the puzzle box. These numbers are to be added, divided, multiplied and subtracted (in each section) in accordance with the rows and columns and the result is to be written in their respective boxes. The drill may look technical somehow but the teacher must put them through.

Addition across down puzzle – This puzzle consists of numbers written across and down with the addition signs. Kids are expected to add across and down the puzzle line and write the answers at the last boxes.

Addition box and multiplication box – More like the across down puzzle, kids will be asked to add or multiply (as the case may be) up the numbers both across and down the addition or multiplication box to give the numbers at the last row and column of the box.

Circle drill addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction – The circle drill is a type of question in which the numbers given in the middle drills are added, divided, multiplied or subtracted as indicated with the number in the center of the drill. The answer they get will be written at the last drill of the circle. It is a fun-learning technique that will boost the thinking faculty of the kids.

Counting table – Kids are to count by a given number (that serves as the difference) to a given number. This is to show how smart a kid is since they must reach the exact number given. Any slight change in the destination number shows that there is a mistake somewhere. They must be guided by their teacher.

Magic squares – This box consists of some numbers and the kids will be asked to find the magic number.

Number patterns – From this sequence of numbers, kids will be asked to find the pattern and follow the sequence.

Secret trail subtraction and Addition – This is either subtraction and addition and the kids are to find the secret trails. Kids are to be guided the first time and be put through all through the sections.

Subtraction across down puzzle – This puzzle consists of numbers which are written across and down with the subtraction signs. Kids are expected to subtract the numbers across and down the puzzle line and write the answers at the last boxes.

Sudoku puzzle – Sudoku puzzle consists of numbers that are written in a box of 9×9. These numbers are written with some missing and kids will be asked to fill in the numbers with numbers from one to nine that are neither across nor down the puzzle line.

Table drill addition, division, multiplication, and subtraction – The table drill consists of numbers across and down the puzzle box. These numbers are to be added, divided, multiplied and subtracted (in each section) in accordance with the rows and columns and the result is to be written in their respective boxes. The drill may look technical somehow but the teacher must put them through.

Free Math Puzzles Worksheets pdf printable, Math puzzles worksheets to practice and improve different math skills, addition, subtraction, ratios, fractions, division, multiplication, for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th grade, 6th grades

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