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Old 01-22-2011, 07:48 AM
 
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Hi Everyone,

About a week ago, I asked for number puzzle books and received some great suggestions. Can you suggest any other workbooks with fun puzzles/challenges of any kind for gifted learners? I enjoyed the Mindware workbooks.


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Hi! Glad the Mindware info helped.

I have some resources I have developed too to assist with problem solving, but not sure if you would be interested. Either way, you can look and see. My blog is bryantsbraintrain and I have a link there to my store.

Good luck! Mindware also sells puzzle cubes my kids love. :-)
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Math Rules!
Old 01-29-2011, 06:01 PM
 
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Someone recommended "Math Rules!" and "Primary Challenge Math" to me this fall and I love them! I use them with my 1st-4th grade gifted and talented classes. Also a parent with a connection to Mindware gave me "Noodlers" and "Logic Links." My kids love these books too!
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Tin Man Press
Old 02-07-2011, 08:29 AM
 
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These guys have some AMAZING resources for gifted learners. Just search for them online and go to their website to either browse their catalog online, or you can request one be sent to you. I think I have nearly every book they've published, and I use them all year long!
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Totally add my vote for Tin Man Press - they rock for gifted! My students loved their Waker Uppers.


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