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    #246327 - 11/19/19 10:52 AM Fun math problems for kids
    cmguy Offline

    Registered: 03/30/14
    Posts: 387
    Looking for some resources for fun math problems. DS9 is already in school so this would be more for enrichment. There are only a few I know myself - I don't want to accelerate with this just add some depth and fun.

    #246333 - 11/20/19 03:34 AM Re: Fun math problems for kids [Re: cmguy]
    Platypus101 Offline

    Registered: 10/01/14
    Posts: 664
    Loc: Canada
    DS's favorite math has always been the Kangaroo questions; they're very visual-spatial and tend to require thinking sideways about a problem. They only require grade-level knowledge, but are quite different than anything he'd ever found at school. You can find old contest papers here:

    Of course, if you wants LOTS of math, AoPS is the place to go - but there's likely to be a lot of learning involved, at any level you take smile Not as easy to dip in and out of, but awesome math taught by people who find joy in it.

    #246334 - 11/20/19 06:14 AM Re: Fun math problems for kids [Re: cmguy]
    Pdxgft Offline
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    Registered: 03/04/18
    Posts: 32
    My son loves Art if Problem Solving.
    When he was younger (kindergarten), he enjoyed Bedtime Math. You can sign up for a daily problem via email. Sadly, the problems arenít very challenging beyond the early level but they are always accompanied by a fun story/facts.


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