Tang Math Puzzle Packs

Tangy Tuesday
Pack 1
DigiCros Snake NumTanga Kakooma Equato
Tangy Tuesday
Pack 2
Word Sea Maze Digit De Number B Square
Tangy Tuesday
Pack 3
Tang-A-R Gridlock Shape Up Pictarit Mystery
Wordy Wednesday
 
Riddle P Who Am I Split De Fill in More or
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Math Worksheets Reinvented

Are you looking for a fun and effective way to help your kids develop computational fluency? Try our new TangyandWordypuzzle packs! Each pack is a collection of 5 math worksheets, designed to feel more like solving puzzles rather than grinding through equations. Traditional worksheets can be boring, yet very effective when it comes to building number sense through practice. Now, you don't have to choose between the two! At Tang Math, we found the perfect balance in a math worksheet - giving kids tons practice in a way that is fun, challenging, and will have them asking for more every week.

Every Tuesday or Wednesday from September until June, we release a brand new set of puzzle worksheets for each of the 4 packs at every grade level. Over the course of a school year, that's over 200 puzzle worksheets for each individual pack! When you purchase a subscription, it is ONE-TIME payment (nothing is recurring or automatic), which grants you access to whichever pack you purchased for the duration of that school year. IT DOESN'T MATTER WHEN YOU SIGN UP. At the time that you join, you will receive all back issues of the puzzles in your subscription(s) that have already been released, plus all the puzzles going forward on a weekly basis until the subscription expires in June.

* Subscription access begins August 25, 2021 and ends June 30, 2022. At that time you will no longer have access to your packs.

Tangy Tuesday Pack 1

How To Play
 
How To Play
 
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Addition
Multiplication
How To Play
Basics
Order of Oper.
 

Tangy Tuesday Pack 2

How To Play
 
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How To Play
 
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Easy
Challenging
How To Play
 
 

Tangy Tuesday Pack 3

How To Play
 
How To Play
 
How To Play
 
How To Play
 
How To Play
 
 

Wordy Wednesday 

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How To Play
 

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Tangy Tuesday
Pack 1
DigiCross Snake NumTanga Kakooma Equato
 
Teacher License
Single Grade (K-5)
$30
 
School License
All Grades (K-5)
$695
Tangy Tuesday
Pack 2
Word Search Maze Digit Detective Number Buddies Square
 
Teacher License
Single Grade (K-5)
$30
 
School License
All Grades (K-5)
$695
Tangy Tuesday
Pack 3
Tang-A-Row Gridlock Shape Up Pictarithms Mystery Numbers
 
Teacher License
Single Grade (K-5)
$30
 
School License
All Grades (K-5)
$695
Wordy Wednesday
 
Riddle Puzzles Who Am I Split Decision Fill in the Blanks More or Less
 
Teacher License
Single Grade (K-5)
$30
 
School License
All Grades (K-5)
$695
COMPLETE BUNDLE
All Packs
 
Riddle Puzzles Who Am I Split Decision Fill in the Blanks More or Less
 
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Single Grade (K-5)
$99.95
 
School License
All Grades (K-5)
$2295
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More About Our Puzzles

What is the key to computational fluency? Practice. Lots and lots of practice. What about reasoning skills? Practice. What about number sense? Practice. What about every important skill I can think of? Lots and lots of practice! I am a strong believer that none of us have destinies or skills or abilities that are fixed. Our country was built on the belief that if you work hard and do what's right, you will get ahead. I think this is particularly true when it comes to school and math. My Tangy Tuesday and Wordy Wednesday worksheets give students the opportunity to practice and improve their skills in a thoughtful and systematic way. By the end of the year, kids who solve all 5 of my puzzles every week will have done thousands of problems designed to help them become better in math.

But that's not all. My ultimate goal is for kids to enjoy solving problems - especially challenging ones. Students who solve my puzzles will struggle, learn to persevere, and ultimately become better, more creative thinkers. Through their own hard work, they will become smarter more successful students. In conclusion, to be good at anything, kids need to practice. In math, this means doing thousands of problems to develop conceptual understanding and fact and procedural fluency. My goal is to make practicing so enjoyable that kids look forward to solving my weekly puzzles and problems. I hope you will give them a try!