Are you looking for some FREE math activities to challenge your advanced 2nd and 3rd grade students? Try these engaging, NO PREP math challenge and brainteaser printables.
With students on so many different levels, searching for materials to meet every student’s needs can be exhausting. If you have some high flying math kiddos, search no further! These free math challenge and brainteaser activities are a print & go solution for your advanced 2nd and 3rd grade mathematicians.
These math challenge activities work wonderfully as math centers, or math enrichment problems. You can also use them as fast finishers, advanced math homework, morning work, or whole class number talks. They are a great resource when you want something a little more challenging to work on whole class.
What’s in the math challenge & brainteaser freebie?
The freebie includes 5 math challenges and brainteasers that can help you get started personalizing math instruction for your advanced second and third grade mathematicians.
The two math challenges come with lined pages for students to write about their mathematical thinking.
All answer keys are included so you don’t have to think too hard about it if you don’t want to.
Where can I get the free math activities?
If these math challenges sound just like what your advanced kiddos need, head over to the original post at the I Want to be a Super Teacher blog HERE.
At the bottom of the post, click on the pink button & enter your email. In just a few minutes an email with an automatic download link for the math activities will appear in your inbox. Then you’ll be able to challenge those high fliers with the click of the PRINT button.
After you sign up, you’ll also receive some helpful emails with a variety of ideas for using these challenges in your classroom + info about my favorite way to use math challenges to keep high fliers engaged + an editable math contract freebie you can customize to get started with math enrichment contracts in your own classroom.
Have a fab day Super Teacher!
This post was originally published at the I Want to be a Super Teacher blog. You can find it HERE.