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# Category Archives: games

## Dots and Boxes

Tonight we had a friend’s kids over as well as ours, so our place was kind of a mad house. A colleague had recently shown me the book The Dots and Boxes Game by Elwyn Berlekamp I had read about … Continue reading

## Puzzles with Japanese Names

Here are some of my favorite puzzles that happen to have Japanese names: Sudoku. Sudoku is so popular that my readers have almost certainly heard of it. Here are some unconventional versions: Math Games: Sudoku Variations. Tentaizu. A good example … Continue reading

Posted in games
Tagged kakuro, kenken, math puzzles, number puzzles, puzzles, sudoku, takegaki, tentaizu
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## Math Card Games

By Joan A. Cotter, Ph.D. Published by Activities for Learning, Inc. A link to their site about this product can be found here: Math Card Games: 300 Games for Learning and Enjoying Math. To see a price list, click on … Continue reading

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