There is currently considerable interest in developing logical/mathematical
games, which is wonderful!
- Best games
annotated list of some of the best hands-on games that I’ve found. Some
games are just better in physical form than on-line. The list is updated
periodically as I find new games and try them out on people.
: an annotated list of some stores in British Columbia
which carry logical/mathematical games. If you know of a good store, please
let me know so I can pass it on.
- Quick start
: a list of some
accessible on-line or downloadable puzzles. I’ve indicated the approximate
appropriate age level.
Play on-line, free unless otherwise indicated
daily puzzles of many sorts,
several levels of difficulty, links to many other websites look under “logic
- Simon Tathams Portable Puzzle
- Everett Kaser
home of Sherlock, Honeycomb Hotel,
and other highly addictive games there are several free versions of each
puzzle, but you have to pay if you want more
- Conceptis Logic Puzzles
free puzzles, but you need to pay to get access to more
not only a new Set puzzle daily,
but a link at the top to four more at the NY Times, and a lot of interesting
links on the left
- Math in English
(Shikaku), Hidato, etc, mostly for elementary grades
- Math Pickle
printable puzzles directly linked to curriculum, videos, cool stuff