Math Buddy Question of the Day
Math Buddy publishes one math question each for grades 2 to 5 every day that are designed to develop critical thinking skills in children. Teachers can print out the questions and use it as a great starter activity.
Last updated Nov 26, 2012,
created Aug 27, 2009
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Excellent resource for math. I stumbled upon this when looking for a good resource to use in my classroom. Now I use this regularly and recommend all teachers to try it out.
Moses Alou
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