Are you teaching measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode) and range? As you teach this measurement unit, you'll find that you need a lot of activities for reinforcement and practice. It takes students time to understand the differences between mean, median, mode, and range - and how to calculate each one. These puzzles are the perfect way to keep practice fun while reinforcing how to calculate each measure of central tendency!
Here are some more mean, median, mode, and range resources that you might like:
Ideas for Use
Use these math puzzles as:
- extra reinforcement at a math station
- early finisher activities
- intervention for those who need extra practice
- a fun assessment tool to check for understanding
In this puzzle package, you will find:
- three tarsia puzzles (these are the triangle puzzles that are cut and pasted together); your students will find these challenging and fun!
- two cross-number puzzles
- two mazes
These mean, median, mode, and range puzzles make the perfect supplement to your existing curriculum - providing additional reinforcement in an engaging way.
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