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Math Crossword Puzzle!

Author: Scolab | Publish on December 9, 2019

Reading time : 5 minutes

Your Holiday Math Activity!


The holidays are synonymous with joy and fun. So we decided to offer you a special activity so you can have a good time with your students and get in the holiday mood: a math crossword puzzle!


This simple activity will allow your grade 8 to 10 students to review the definitions given in class in a fun way.


The goal of this activity is simple: find all the words related to mathematical notions that are on the grid using the definitions given on the sheet. Just download the activity and away you go!


We hope you and your students really enjoy the game!


Did you know that Netmath offers you a math glossary specially created for teachers, parents and students? To learn more, visit our website: Discover our math glossary!


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