Math Fair Problems

A Math Fair is a non-competitive problem solving event that gives teachers an opportunity to have their students do problem solving with a particular goal in mind. The math fair can be adapted to almost any curriculum and set of standards, and it will motivate and inspire all of the students. Below we have added ‘good problems’ for teachers and students to use for Math Fairs and general classroom use.

Visit Working With Math Fair Problems to read about how to introduce these math problems to students.

Number Concepts

Patterns & Relations

Shapes & Spaces

Statistics & Probability

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