Brain teaser - Kids Riddles Logic Puzzle - brain teaser for kids with answer - Think of a number. Double it. Add ten. Half it. Take away the number you started with. The result is five. Brought to you by http://www.brainfans.com

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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.

Try this set of one dozen free third grade riddle cards to review math vocabulary and concepts and to model and practice skills in inferring and drawing conclusions. Math riddles are a fun alternative to traditional number talks and are great for focusing your students at the beginning of a whole class or small group math lesson.

Try this set of one dozen free third grade riddle cards to review math vocabulary and concepts and to model and practice skills in inferring and drawing conclusions. Math riddles are a fun alternative to traditional number talks and are great for focusing your students at the beginning of a whole class or small group math lesson.

Tweeling of the Day #67  Think of a number and blow your mind!  Can your kids figure out why this works?

When you half that it will be your original number plus three. Subtracting your original number will just leave you with three.

Einstein's Riddle

Einstein's Riddle

I loved riddles like this as a kid.

Who takes the time to come up with this stuff?!?!?!? Its pretty cool, though, you should really try it!

It worked for me just push the equals button every time after you do something!

Here's a set of 30 riddles for use in playing number sense BINGO.

Here's a set of 30 riddles for use in playing number sense BINGO. Or warm-up activities

I think I did like four or five numbers already- CRAZY!

Pick a number between 1 and 30.

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Answers: 11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?:

Answers: 11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?

is a sociopath test😰

Build number sense and review skills with this set of 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.

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Kindergarten Number Sense 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.

I couldn't guess the answer for #22 and I didn't understand #38.:

59 Riddles not a quiz, but still fun!

So Yesterday Misha Collins Gave Out His Number On Twitter.  This is amazing! I love Misha Collins!!

So Yesterday Misha Collins Gave Out His Number On Twitter

The day Misha Collins gave out his phone number. definitely wins the internet.

Mind blown<<nyhaha wrong. 3254682*2=6512964. 6512964+6=6512970. 6512970/2=3256485. 3256485-3254682=1803.

I love math tricks!

Kindergarten Number Sense Riddles  Hi Teaching Friends!  Riddles are a wonderful way to get your students' attention quickly. Once you've got your little learners focused riddles just keep on giving as you teach content and model using key details making inferences and drawing conclusions. And of course riddles are FUN! These math riddles are no exception! Designed for kindergarten they're also a great tool for the beginning of the year or RTI in first grade.They're a fun way to build number…

Kindergarten Number Sense 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!

Build number sense with these free riddle cards from "100 Riddles for the Hundred Chart".

Use daily word problem riddles from math PowerPoints for center questions (example magic squares)

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