Think of a number. Double it. Add ten. Half it. Take away the number you started with. The result is five.

Brain teaser - Kids Riddles Logic Puzzle - brain teaser for kids with answer - Think of a number. Take away the number you started with. The result is five. Brought to you by

Free Kindergarten Math Riddles! Build number sense and practice math vocabulary with this free riddle card set. Check out this post to find lots of ideas for using math riddles in your classroom.  http://primaryinspiration.blogspot.com/2017/02/try-these-free-kindergarten-math-riddles.html

Build number sense and practice math vocabulary with this free riddle card set. Check out this post to find lots of ideas for using math riddles in your classroom.

Challenge your first and second grade math students with this FREE set of one dozen riddle cards for the numbers 1-120. This new set addresses early addition and subtraction, comparing numbers, place value, and basic coin knowledge, and is great as a supplement to 120 Riddles Set 1.  What a fun way to review math vocabulary and skills while you also model inferring and drawing conclusions! http://primaryinspiration.blogspot.com/2017/01/120-new-math-riddles-and-sample-too.html

Challenge your first and second grade math students with this FREE set of one dozen riddle cards for the numbers This new set addresses early addition and subtraction, comparing numbers, place value, and basic coin knowledge, and is great as a supp

Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating.

Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating. Maybe use only 2 numbers for WTL, 3 for OL and more than 3 for AL.

100 riddle cards for the numbers 1 to 100. Great for spiraled review of math concepts and vocabulary! Small group, whole group, or independent practice with odd/even, tens and ones, coins (pennies, nickels, dimes), and comparison signs for equalities and inequalities. $ https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/First-Grade-and-Second-Grade-Math100-Riddle-Cards-for-the-Hundred-Chart-191803

All the riddles relate to some sort of math game for the kids to play with individually or in a group and is a great activity to help them bond while learning.

This resource includes 20 two-digit and 20 three-digit number riddles in both task card format and full-sized page format. The task cards are perfect for Roam the Room activities which get students engaged through movement and math (recording sheet and answer key included).

Place Value Number Riddles

This resource includes 20 two-digit and 20 three-digit number riddles in both task card format and full-sized page format. The task cards are perfect for Roam the Room activities which get students engaged through movement and math (recording sheet and answer key included).

For primary students, learning math vocabulary (fewer, greater, less, between, odd and even) can be difficult. Use this fun number riddle pattern to create some of your own riddles and then send your students off to create their own. My students feel like math wizards when they can create a riddle!

Ten Frames Number Riddles

For primary students, learning math vocabulary (fewer, greater, less, between, odd and even) can be difficult. Use this fun number riddle pattern to create some of your own riddles and then send your students off to create their own. My students feel like math wizards when they can create a riddle!

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Fun Math Stuff for Kids - Funny Jokes, Cool Riddles, Easy Activities & Amazing Numbers

Well, yes, you would have seven. When you take a number, and you add seven (5+2=7, elementary, good chaps) and the subtract the number you started with, they cross cancel, leaving you with 7. Simple, really.

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Mind trick / iFunny :) and it works with every number trust me I tried it. You add seven to a number then subtract the original number to get seven.

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