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CBSE 7401T Advanced Methodology and Practice in Middle Childhood Mathematics: Week 4

Dr. Hanna Haydar's Spring 2020 Open Educational Resource OER

Math Fun Problems

The Izzi game

This pattern matching puzzle consists of 64 square tiles, each printed with a black and white geometric pattern. Your goal is to assemble the tiles into an 8x8 square following the IZZI rule: In order to place two tiles adjacent to one another, their colored edges must match up precisely. Black touching only black and white touching only white. Constantly changing with endless solutions, IZZI promises fun for players of all ages.

Activities/Resources

Attribution: [Institute of Education Sciences] (n.d) WWC Recommendation: Explain why procedures for computations with fractions make sense. [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/T11QNXZMHUI