If you’re in search of secondary math and science resources that will have your students fine tuning their analysis skills, you’ve come to the right place.
We’re featuring Number Detective Math Tiles, Error Analysis Task Cards, Math Escape Rooms, and so much more.
Get ready to activate your students’ analytical skills with these resources, half of which are FREE!
It’s FREE!“These puzzles get students thinking as they fill in each box with a digit using logical reasoning, math terminology, mathematical reasoning, and their number sense.” 

“This growing bundle provides projects and activities about financial literacy and consumer math! Each project allows students to see how math relates to the real world while teaching students to be financially literate and better consumers.” 

It’s FREE!“Students will find the slope and yintercept from graphs, tables, and equations. The answers to the problems are scrambled so students can check to see if their answer is there!” 

“This bundle of over 200 task cards will help your students build rigor while finding the errors in Algebra problems. Use as starters, exit tickets, independent practice, or small groups throughout the year!” 

It’s FREE!“This activity will have students solving linear equations while putting together a puzzle that forms an image of a unicorn.” 

“Pure Mathematics for Beginners consists of a series of lessons in Logic, Set Theory, Abstract Algebra, Number Theory, Real Analysis, Topology, Complex Analysis, and Linear Algebra. This book is intended for students who want to begin learning more advanced theoretical mathematics.” 

It’s FREE!“This sample activity contains challenge puzzles that students must complete to get a final secret number. When combined with the other stations in the full escape room product, students will use this number as a part for a five digit code to enter into a digital program and escape the mathematician’s asylum!” 

“This escape room activity is an exciting and engaging way to review fraction concepts with students. While checking out an old abandoned house, you and your friends get trapped inside and must use your math skills to solve puzzles around the room and escape!” 