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These games demonstrate that even mathematicians like to have fun.  Over the years, whether for amusement during lectures on the uncertainty principle, or to visually map out complex mathematical pathways, the leading brains in fields related to mathematics have developed a variety of number games, geometrical and matching puzzles that amuse as well as educate. 

 

Reproduced here with hand-detailed wooden craftsmanship, from Tangrams to Magic Squares, these math games are anything but boring. While solutions are often based on complex mathematical assumptions, such as:  the string of cubes form a Hamiltonian path through a 3×3×3 grid graph” and have often been the subject of advanced computer analysis –  don’t be intimidated!   As educational tools, they develop the ability for mathematical analysis through the intuitive approach of puzzle solving.  They are tangible and beautiful objects - concrete and “real”  - whose manipulation will reinforce and strengthen abstract mathematical concepts and abilities.  The only super computer you’ll need to find a solution is your brain.  

 

Whether played alone, or with partners, inside the classroom and out, kids to adults will be captivated and intrigued as much as mathematicians and engineers. 

 

Math Puzzles

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9 Rings Towers of Hanoi

9 Rings Towers of Hanoi


$19.95
Fifteen Puzzle

Fifteen Puzzle


$11.95
The Elegant Switch 8 - Large

The Elegant Switch 8 - Large


$13.95
My First Sudoku - Child Sudoku

My First Sudoku - Child Sudoku


$8.25
1 2 3 Go! Counting Race - Learn to count with fun

1 2 3 Go! Counting Race - Learn to count with fun


$13.95
Shut the Box - Practice Math with Fun

Shut the Box - Practice Math with Fun


$15.95
The 26 Math Puzzle

The 26 Math Puzzle


$10.95

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Could completing a Sudoku puzzle in your lunch-break help fend off Alzheimer's disease? According to the Japanese neuroscientist, Professor Ryuta Kawashima, doing simple maths puzzles, really can prevent the slowing of the mental faculties with age.

By Laura Clout
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