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Welcome to our Magic Square Worksheets page.

Here you will find our range of Magic Square sheets from 1st grade to 4th grade.

These sheets involve finding a range of missing numbers to create different magic squares.

They are great for developing addition and subtraction skills, as well as strategies for solving puzzles.

Using puzzles is a great way to learn Math facts and develop mental calculation and thinking skills in a fun and easy way.

Most children are much more engaged and motivated solving puzzles than working out pages of traditional math facts.

Using these math puzzles below will help your child to develop their Math fact skills as well as their strategic thinking and reasoning.

There are different versions of each puzzle from 1st to 5th grade, so it is easy to find an easier or harder version of the same puzzle. Each puzzle comes complete with answers.

Our Magic Square sheets have been develop around the theme of magic squares.

What is a Magic Square?

In a Magic Square, every row, column and diagonal all add up to make the same total.

In a traditional 3 by 3 magic square, the digits 1 to 9 are used to make totals of 15.

Our sheets have been split up by grade, so that you can easily select the right level of difficulty for your child.

Within each section, the sheets get progressively harder.

Adding halves and decimals are covered from 3rd grade and 4th grade.

Adding fractions with different denominators and trickier decimals are covered from 5th grade.

Adding negative numbers are covered in the 6th grade section.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- use your addition and subtraction skills to solve puzzles;
- develop problem solving skills and reasoning.

All the puzzles come with an answer sheet.

These magic square sheets include adding fractions and decimals.

The fractions include thirds and fifths, and fractions with unlike denominators.

These magic square sheets include adding fractions, decimals and negative numbers.

This puzzle is a more open ended puzzle where the aim is to create your own magic squares using digits 1 to 9.

It is a good activity to use for practicing adding, and also to develop perseverance.

Take a look at some more of our worksheets similar to these.

It's great when kids have fun and are learning math skills without really thinking about it. These number fill in puzzles are a great way to develop thinking skills and getting kids to check all the possibilities.

The following riddles involve using a series of clues to find the correct answer from a selection of 6 or 8 different numbers.

The riddles cover place value up to 10,000 as well as square numbers, palindromes, odd and even numbers and decimals.

Number Search Puzzles are a great way to get children looking for numbers and developing number recognition skills.

They are also a good resource for developing short term number memory skills, and can be a good way to take the fear out of large numbers.

We have a range of different number search puzzles - from easier puzzles to trickier ones to work out.

With the easier puzzles, the numbers only go horizontally (left to right) or vertically downwards.

The numbers get progressively larger on the trickier puzzles, and the grids get larger.

Here is our rounding challenges collection which will give your child an opportunity to apply their rounding learning.

The challenges can be tackled individually or with a partner.

Each challenge involves using rounding knowledge and properties of numbers to work out the correct answer.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- apply their knowledge of rounding to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000;
- develop their problem solving skills;
- develop their understanding about place value and properties of numbers.

All the rounding challenges support elementary math benchmarks.

Riddles are a great way to get children to apply their knowledge of fractions.

These riddles are a good way to start off a maths lesson, or also to use as a way of checking your child's understanding about fractions.

All the riddles consist of 3 or 4 clues and a selection of 6 or 8 possible answers. Children have to read the clues and work out which is the correct answer.

The puzzles can also be used as a template for the children to write their own clues for a partner to guess.

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