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youcubed: Hex
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Here’s one to make into a puzzle. Print, cut and have some fun! Or take the next challenge and construct (draw) your own!

youcubed: The Four 4’s
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Jo has used this task with a lot of success on the first days of school with very hesitant students. Soon after setting the challenge the board area becomes full of students putting up their solutions, then returning to their seat to look for more.

youcubed: Squares To Stairs
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This is a great task. To introduce this task ask students to think on their own about how they see the shape growing.

youcubed: Building Shapes (1-2)
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Students work together using a rope to create 2-D and 3-D shapes.

youcubed: Fewest Squares (3-12)
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This is a really worthwhile mathematical investigation that students may explore together.

youcubed: Game of Hex (CC)
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Students have an opportunity to explore different approaches to see if they can find a winning strategy

youcubed: Number Visuals (3-5)
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This activity invites students to investigate a really interesting representation of numbers, created by Stephen Von Worley that fascinates children and adults alike and gives students an important opportunity to understand numbers and to think visually about them.

youcubed: Placing Chips (1-2)
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In this activity students explore place value and number relationships.

youcubed: Toppings (1-2)
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This activity allows students to practice counting and to begin exploring the relationship between numbers.

youcubed: Visualize and Make Connections (poster)
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Visualize and make connections to strengthen your brain!

youcubed: Jumbled Hopscotch (2-12)
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Lately, we’ve seen some lovely hopscotches made by our neighbors in sidewalk chalk for everyone to use, but what would happen if we jumbled the numbers?

youcubed: Number Talks (all ages)
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Number talks, developed by Ruth Parker, are an activity you can do with your kids on a walk or in a moment you are sitting together.

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