Series C Harder Level

Welcome to our Number Search Worksheets page.

Here you will find our range of number search puzzles designed for children from 2nd grade and upwards.

These sheets involve finding numbers of different sizes on a grid.

The worksheets on this page are of a hard level of difficulty.

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.

Number search puzzles can be very useful for developing children's number recognition and memory skills.

They can also be a good way for some children to relax and focus on a straightforward visual task.

All of the sheets on this page involve trying to find numbers in a number grid.

The puzzles on this harder page involve finding numbers written horizontally, vertically or diagonally. The numbers may also be written backwards (e.g.. right to left) to make them harder to find.

The sheets get gradually harder, with larger numbers and bigger grids.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- develop number recognition skills;
- help to develop short term number memory;
- not to be daunted or phased with large numbers.

All the puzzles come with an answer sheet.

We have a selection of easier sheets suitable for children from 1st grade and upwards.

The numbers searches on the sheets go only horizontally from left to right, or vertically down.

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

Magic Square Puzzles to solve

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.

Looking for an extension activity for children who can already tell the time?

Maybe you want an interesting starter activity for your lesson to get the class thinking?

These math puzzles printable time sheets will help to get your child thinking about time and solving problems involving time.

They are good at developing an understanding of the language used in time.

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.

Here you will find a range of fun math riddles that will entertain and occupy your child.

Each riddle is a mathematical problem that will hopefully prove both stimulating and interesting. Using riddles is a really good way to explore mathematical ideas and concepts in a fun way!

There are riddle pages available for both numbers and geometry.

Using these riddles will help your child to:

- develop their understanding of geometry;
- develop their understanding of language of geometry;
- solve problems and use their reasoning skills.

All the math puzzles printable worksheets in this section support elementary math benchmarks.

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

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