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great hands on activities exploring capacity and volume. I think the boys would have fun with this

Combination locks from TES Link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/combination-locks-maths-problem-solving-6168118

Lilliput Station: Geometry Puzzle {free printable} How many squares? The process of solving is what's most important... nice activity to build cooperative learning and problem solving

Teacher's Pet - FREE Classroom Display Resources for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2)

Visit Luminous Learning to download a FREE math problem solving strategies handout. Luminous Learning is dedicated to empowering students with learning disabilities, helping them become more confident math learners.

Math Problem Solving Strategies. These are more advanced math problem solving strategies. The examples work better for grades 5-5- Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley

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Teaching Them How to Think By Asking the Right Questions! (freebie included)

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Give students a Top Secret envelope filled with problem/solution case files. If they solve the problems, they become members of The Problem Detectives Club!