1st Grade to 5th Grade

Welcome to the Math Salamanders Math Riddles.

Here you will find our range of Math Brain Teasers and number riddles for elementary kids.
These fun riddles will help your child to develop their place value and number skills, whilst
developing their problem solving and reasoning skills at the same time.

Using riddles is a great way to learn Math facts and develop
place value and thinking skills in a fun and interesting way.

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

Using these math riddles below will help your child to develop their understanding of place value
as well as their problem solving and reasoning skills.

There are different versions of each riddle from 1st to 5th grade,
so it is easy to find an easier or harder version of the same riddle.

Each riddle comes complete with answers.

We hope you enjoy our free printable riddles.

Here you will find a range of math puzzles to develop your child's place value skills and number facts in a fun way.

There are two riddle sheets for each grade, and each riddle sheet contains two riddles to solve.

Each riddle sheet comes complete with an answer sheet.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- learn and develop their place value skills;
- develop their understanding of mathematical language;
- develop problem solving skills and reasoning.

Here you will find a range of free printable math puzzles. Puzzles are a great way to have some fun with math whilst learning and developing skills at the same time.

The following puzzles involve using and applying a range of different math skills, particularly addition and subtraction, but also multiplication and division for grades 3 and up.

Here you will find our free printable geometry riddles from 1st to 5th grade.

These riddles are similar to the math riddles on this page, but are all about 2d shapes instead of numbers.

Using these riddles will help your child to:

- develop their geometry skills;
- develop their understanding of geometric language;
- apply their geometric knowledge to solve problems.

We have a range of magic square puzzles for kids to solve, suitable from 1st grade and upwards.

Most of the sheets involve finding the missing numbers to create a magic square.

Our magic square sheets include:

- Addition and subtraction of integers;
- Addition and subtraction of fractions;
- Using negative numbers;
- Using decimals.

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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

We welcome any comments about our site or worksheets on the Facebook comments box at the bottom of every page.

Looking for some fun printable math games?

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We have updated and improved our fraction calculators to show you how to solve your fraction problems step-by-step!

Take a look and try them out!

Have a look at some of our most popular pages to see different Math activities and ideas you could use with your child

- Reverse Percentage Calculator
- List of Geometric Shapes
- Equivalent Fractions
- 3d Geometric Shapes
- Perimeter Worksheets

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