This week’s middle school and high school resource round-up is a sum of terrific math resources! Crack the code this holiday season and get ready for SAT season. We think these resources are a score — and a pair of them are free!


Seasonal & Holiday: Math Practice Crack the Codes Bundle by Pamela Kranz - Desktop Learning Adventures
Seasonal & Holiday: Math Practice Crack the Codes Bundle by Pamela Kranz – Desktop Learning Adventures

“This Seasonal & Holiday Crack the Code Bundle includes a nice variety of problem-solving formats, focusing on computation, ordering decimals, and working with area and circumference of circles. Each puzzle is themed to a particular season or holiday throughout the school year. Students and teachers alike love these engaging, no-prep, self-correcting math challenges. Crack the Code puzzles are perfect for centers, early finishers, homework, sub days, and intervention.”

Halloween Math: Add, Subtract, & Order Decimals - Crack the Code! by Pamela Kranz - Desktop Learning Adventures
Halloween Math: Add, Subtract, & Order Decimals – Crack the Code! by Pamela Kranz – Desktop Learning Adventures
 

“The Halloween Math: Add, Subtract, & Order Decimals ~ Crack the Code! is a fun and engaging way for students to get computation practice. They’ll enjoy the challenge, and feedback is immediate by solving the puzzle.” It’s Free!

 
SAT MATH WORKBOOK (210 Questions)- 51 Pages!!! by A R Mathematics
SAT MATH WORKBOOK (210 Questions)- 51 Pages!!! by A R Mathematics

“The SAT MATH WORKBOOK covers a range of math practices, with an emphasis on problem solving, modeling, using tools strategically, and using algebraic structure.” 

 
Patterns and Inductive Reasoning by A R Mathematics
Patterns and Inductive Reasoning by A R Mathematics

“Patterns and Inductive Reasoning helps a lot of geometry teachers and students because it is important to learn the meaning of pattern and reasoning so that proper logic can be identified.” It’s Free!