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Math Maven Speaks

Math_maven_large_3 Thanks to your feedback, we've made our popular Math Maven's Mysteries activity even better by adding audio support and reproducibles to all 27 mysteries.

We visited teachers in Portchester, NY, who showed us how they would use these math word problems on their interactive whiteboards. They asked for reproducibles so that students could follow along as they modeled the problems in whole-class instruction.

Giving Math Maven a voice makes it easier for English language learners and struggling readers to read along and help Math Maven crack the case.

Math Maven's Mysteries lets your students build their problem-solving and critical-thinking skills as they use their math skills in real-world situations.

What math activities or games do you use in your classroom?


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