Tuesday, May 30, 2017

"This activity challenges the misconception that a square always has vertical and horizontal sides. Recognising squares that are rotated from this standard orientation is a learning objective of Tantrum. Another is working systematically to find all possible solutions. Please contact Transum with your solutions to the puzzle or thoughts on using this activity."

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Click the image above to go to the main puzzle index page where you can find all of the Transum online puzzles.

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Can you arrange all of the counters on the grid to form 10 lines of three counters?

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Scheduling Puzzle

Scheduling Puzzle

Make a schedule for the 24-hour Darts Marathon which will keep everyone happy!

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Fill in the squares according to the clues given by the string of numbers for each row and column.

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There is a printable game board for this and some of the other Transum Maths games.

Game Board printable



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