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# Can Your Students Solve These Star Wars Math Problems?

Are you ready to channel your kids' enthusiasm for Star Wars into sharpening their math skills?

Math puzzles give your kids an opportunity to think critically and deeply about mathematics, develop problem-solving strategies, and work through challenging problems.

And when math problems incorporate your kids' personal interests (because who doesn't love Star Wars?), their engagement will skyrocket!

So, go ahead and try these challenges and puzzles with your kids this week. These kinds of activities are perfect for warm-up and/or cool-down activities and are great for sparking mathematical discussions in your home or classroom.

1.) Find the value of the '?'

Use your math skills to find the value of each icon.

Kylo Ren = 14

Luke Skywalker = 14

BB-8 = 3

Rebel Pilot = 9

? = 26

2.) Multiplication tables work like a Bingo board, where the value of each box represents the product of its corresponding row and column.

Stormtrooper = 6

Millenium Falcon = 12

Death Star = 4

Tie Fighter = 16

R2D2 = 18

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3.) Which One Doesn't Belong? (simple)

Remember that WODB? activities are meant to spark mathematical thinking and discussion and do not have a single correct answer.

4.) Which One Doesn't Belong? (advanced)

Tip: Have your kids justify their thinking in writing!

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How will you use these math puzzles with your kids? Share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments section below!