QA 95 A2713 1983
Agostini, Franco. Math and Logic Games.

This collection concentrates on some of the simplest and most widely known logical and mathematical games. Those mathematical concepts that may be beyond the average reader are stated. It presents curiosities and paradoxes. (8th-10th grades)

Curr-I QA 135.5 A525 1993
Allison, Linda and Martha Weston. Eenie Meenie Miney Math!: Math Play for You and Your Preschooler.

This book has lots of ideas for incorporating math play into a child's daily routine.

Curr-I QA 20 G35 F347 1987
Fair, Jan. Tangram Treasury.

A Tangram is an ancient Chinese puzzle using shapes. These books will provide lots of puzzlers for your students!

QA 95 B53 l960
Brandes, Louis. Yes, Math. Can Be Fun!

This book collects the recreational mathematics items that have served to create interest and stimulate learning in the secondary school mathematics classes. (7th-10th grade).

QA 95 B7 l956
Brandes, Louis. Math. Can Be Fun.

Similar to above.

QA 95 B13 l954
Bakst, Aaron. Mathematical Puzzels and Pastimes.

A collection of recreational mathematics puzzles which can be solved primarily by clear thinking, arithmetic or algebra. (High School)

QA 95 B27 1995
Barbeau, Ed. After Math, Puzzles and Brainteasers.

QA 95 B4613 l976
Berloquin, Pierre. 100 Numerical Games.

This book contains a collection of numerical games with solutions at the end. (High School)


QA l35.5 D85 l977
Dumas, Enoch and C.W. Schminke. Math Activities for Child Involvement. l977.

This book can help the children to appreciate the logic and order in which mathematical facts and computational procedures are based. (Elementary School).

QA 95 G24 l982
Gardner, Martin. Aha! Gotcha: Paradoxes to Puzzle and Delight.

The book contains paradoxes divided into six general subjects: Logic, Numbers, Geometry, Probability, Statistics, and Time. (High School)

QA 95 F77 l962
Frohlichstein, Jack. Mathematical Fun, Games and Puzzles.

The book is organized under the normal headings studied in upper elementary mathematics text (fractions, decimals, geometry...) You may pick puzzles, games or fun sections from any topic. This book is a good suplement to a regular textbook or for additional material.

QA 95 G63 l965
Golomb, Solomon. Polyominoes.

Most problems in this book consist of finding ways to fit together polyominoes, various shapes composed of certain numbers of connected squares. In order to try to form the partterns specified in the puzzles, the reader will need the polyomino pieces, which can easily be made from inexpensive and readily available materials. (High School)

QA 139 M38
Higgins, Jon and Larry Sachs. Mathematics Laboratories: l50 Activities and Games for Elementary Schools. 1974.

One word defines this book: activity. The book has experiences that either involve manipulation of materials or student interactions (as game situations).

QA 135.5 K4293
Kennedy, Leonard and Ruth Michon. Games for Individualizing Mathematics Learning. 1973

This book is designed for teachers who want to use games as one way to individualize learning in mathematics. Carefully selected games are used to give children opportunities to develop their understandings of conceps from concrete to abstract. (K-6).

QA 95 M34 1984
Mandl, Matthew. Unusual Mathematical Puzzles, Tricks and Oddities.

This book empthasizes those items in the literature that have interest to the average nonmathematician as well as to the seasoned professional. Many have served as tension-breakers during a college-teaching class.

Curr-I QA 63 M426 1989
Mathematical Challenges: Puzzles and Problems in Secondary School Mathematics.

The problems in this book were originally given in competitions open to high school students in and around the Merseyside area of north-west England. For the competition from which the problems here were taken, students were given about ten days in which to tackle a sheet of six problems. The chief aim was to give them an opportunity to think deeply about mathematical problems over a period of time, applying knowledge and techniques learned at school, and then to write out solutions in their own words.

Curr-I QA 19 C8 N44
Nelson, Rebecca S. Games and Activities with Base Ten Blocks: Books One and Two.

Liven up your Base Ten Blocks with these games for grades 1-4.

QA 135.5 P724
Price, Shirley and Merle Price. The Primary Math Lab: An active Learning Approach. l978.

This book provides practical suggestions to assist the teacher in establishing a classroom math lab with a variety of easily obtainable materials.

Curr-I GV 1501 T3 R4 1965
Read, Ronald C. Tangrams: 330 Puzzles.

More Tangram puzzlers

QA 21 W39 2001
Wilson, Robert J. Stamping through Mathematics. 2001

A broad selection of mathematical concepts and mathematicians featured on various stamps through the years. Useful illustrative material for various mathematical concepts.

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