Posts 1 to 300

If you type in any of the numbers between 1 and 99 into SEARCH THIS BLOG, you probably won’t get the blog post you’re looking for. So here are the links to the first 200 posts. Scroll down to the post number you are looking for, click on the link, and it will take you right to that post.
1 Perfect Square
2 Gross Multiplication Facts
3 Puzzles for a November Day
4 Rhyme and Rhythm
5 Easy as 1-2-3
6 A Piece of Cake
7 Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!
8 What Happens When Puzzle Dimensions Change?
9 Remembering 50 Years Ago
10 Just Like Sudoku?
11 Counting Blessings
12 The Doorbell Rang
13 Mikulás
14 Oh Christmas Tree
15 is the Magic Sum of a 3 x 3 Magic Square
16 Silver Bells
17 Christmas Angels
18 Up on the Housetop
19 Last-Minute Gift
20 Underestimation
21 Factors of the Year 2013 and 2014
22 Factor Trees
23 You Call That a Multiplication Table? THIS is a Multiplication Table
24 Think You Have a Snow Problem? Try This:
25 and Level 3
26 and Level 4
27 There Are Polar Bears Round The Ice-Fishing Hole
28 and Level 5 Snowflake
29 and A Level 6 Snowball
30 and Pieces of Pi
31 and Every Third Grader Should Know
32 and Hooked on Factoring
33 and Some Divisibility Tricks for 3 and 9
34 and Step by Step Level 3
35 and Pushing an Easy Button
36 and The Six Word Challenge
37 and How Many Trapezoids I Can Draw
38 and Factor Finding
39 and Seriously Hooked on Factoring
40 and M.C. Escher
41 and Life Is Like A Sudoku Puzzle
42 and A Topological Puzzle
43 and Find the Factors
44 and Games again…
45 and A Change in Order
46 and South East Arrow Puzzle
47 and Understanding the Equal Sign with Candy
48 and What’s wrong with this?
49 and V is for Victory Puzzle
50 and Multiples
51 and Magic forcing grid – Maths Magic
52 and Maths in the snow
53 and Animated Gif FIND THE FACTORS Level 5
54 and How Many Squares Are in This Puzzle?
55 and Square Roots for Third Grade
56 and Level 2
57 and Cupid’s arrow is on its way!
58 and OXOXOXOXOXOXOX
59 and Valentine Gif
60 and Pay No Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain
61 and Opportunity to Catch Up
62 and Love: Challenging But Worth It
63 and Twelve Quick Clues
64 and Can You See the Logic Here?
65 is the Magic Sum of a 5 x 5 Magic Square
66 and Fractal line
67 and How to get more blog followers
68 and Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
69 and Six!
70 and Level 2
71 and Level 3
72 and Level 4
73 and Once
74 and Level 5
75 and Level 6
76 and Level 1
77 and Level 2
78 and Patterns of Ideas (Hardy)
79 and Level 3
80 and A Puzzled Cat
81 and Level 5
82 and Level 6
83 and Level 1
84 and Level 2
85 and Level 3
86 and Level 4
87 and Level 5
88 and April Showers
89 and Level 1
90 and Level 2
91 and River crossings
92 and Level 3
93 and Level 4
94 and Level 5
95 and Level 6
96 and Level 1
97 and Will This Six-legged Puzzle Bug You?
98 and What Do You Do When You Get to the End of a Shoe Lace?
99 and Level 4
The 100th Day of School
101 and Level 6
102 and Level 1
103 and Level 2
104 and Level 3
105 and Level 4
106 and Level 5
107 and Level 6
108 and Level 1
109 and Level 2
110 and Level 3
111 and How Well Can You Add and Subtract in All Those Foreign Languages in Which You’ve Learned How to Count?
112 and Level 4
113 and Level 5
114 My daughter – a new wife with a new life
115 and Level 6
116 and Level 1
117 and Level 2
118 and Level 3
119 and Level 4
120 and Level 5
121 and Level 6
122 and Level 1
123 and Level 2
124 and Level 3
125 and Level 4
126 and Level 5
127 and Level 6
128 and Level 1
129 and Level 2
130 and Level 3
131 and Level 4
132 and The Hourglass Is Almost Empty
133 and Level 6
134 and Level 1
135 and Level 2
136 and Level 3
137 and Level 4
138 and Divisibility Tricks 4 You
139 and Level 5
140 and Gr-8 Divisibility Tricks
141 and Level 6
142 and Level 1
143 and Level 2
144 and Level 3
145 and Level 4
146 and Level 5
147 and Level 6
148 and Level 1
149 and Level 2
150 and Level 3
151 and Why you shouldn’t even bother with that divisibility trick for 9 and 3
152 and Level 4
153 and Level 5
154 and Level 6
155 and Level 1
156 and Level 2
157 and Level 3
158 and Level 4
159 and Level 5
160 and Level 6
161 and Level 1
162 and Level 2
163 and Level 3
164 and Level 4
165 and Level 5
166 and Level 6
167 and Level 1
168 and the Very Inspiring Blogger Award
169 and Level 2
170 and Level 3
171 and Level 4
172 and Level 5
173 and Level 6
174 and Level 1
175 and Level 2
176 and Level 3
177 and Level 4
178 and Level 5
179 and Level 6
180 and Level 1
181 and Level 2
182 and Level 3
183 and Level 4
184 and Level 5
185 and Level 6
186 and Level 1
187 and Level 2
188 and Level 3
189 and Level 4
190 and Level 5
191 and Level 6
192 and Level 1
193 and Level 2
194 Are Multiplication Rhymes Able to Help Kids Learn the Multiplication Table?
195 and Level 3
196 and Level 4
197 and Level 5
198 and Level 6
199 My List of Multiplication Rhymes
200 and Level 1
201 and World Elephant Day
202 and Level 2
203 and Level 3
204 and Level 4
205 and Level 5
206 and Level 6
207 and Level 1
208 and Level 2
209 and Level 3
210 and Level 4
211 and Level 5
212 and Level 6
213 and Level 1
214 and Level 2
215 and Level 3
216 and Level 4
217 and Level 5
218 and Level 6
219 and Level 1
220 and Level 2
221 and Level 3
222 and Level 4
223 and Level 5
How Many Factors Does 224 Have, and Why Does It Have That Many?
225 and Level 6
226 and Level 1
227 and Level 2
228 and Level 3
229 and Level 4
230 and Level 5
231 and Level 6
232 and Level 1
233 and Level 2
234 and Level 3
235 and Level 4
236 and Level 5
237 and Level 6
238 and Level 1
239 and Level 2
A Forest of 240 Factor Trees
241 and Level 3
242 and Level 4
243 and Level 5
244 and Level 6
245 – The Last of Four Consecutive Numbers
246 and Level 1
247 and Level 2
248 and Level 3
249 and Level 4
250 and Level 5
251 and Level 6
252 How likely can this square root be simplified?
253 and Level 1
254 and Level 2
255 and Level 3
256 and Level 4
257 and Level 5
258 and Level 6
259 and Level 1
260 Some Thoughts on Those Four Consecutive Numbers
261 and Level 2
262 and Level 3
263 How and Why You Should Show Your Work
264 and Level 4
265 and Level 5
266 Why 8 Consecutive Numbers with 6 Factors is Impossible
267 and Level 6
268 and Level 1
269 and Five More Consecutive Square Roots
270 and Level 2

271 and Level 3

272 and Level 4

273 and Level 5

274 and Level 6

275 Are First-Graders Too Young to Learn About Odd and Even Numbers?

276 and Level 1

277 and Level 2

278 and Level 3

279 How to Add and Subtract 5 with Secret Identities

280 and Level 4

281 and More Consecutive Square Roots

282 and Level 5

283 and Level 6

284 and Level 1

285 and Level 2

286 and Level 3

287 and Level 4

288 and Level 5

289 and Level 6

290 and Level 1

291 and Level 2

292 and Level 3

293 and Level 4

294 and Level 5

295 and Level 6

296 and Level 1

297 and Level 2

298 and Level 3

299 and Level 4

Integers (up to 300) with the Same Number of Factors

 

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