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Brain Puzzle: Sandbox

Math Problem: 35 pages

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Brain Puzzle: Storm trooper

Math Problem: 24 bowls of cereal

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Brain Puzzle: Odds and ends

Math Problem: ⅜ of his cubby.

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In this 4×4 version of Sudoku, you want to fill each row, column, and quadrant with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4. But you can only use each number once. No duplications! Can you solve it?

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Math Problem: 9 and ⅜ feet

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Brain Puzzle: Ice cube

Math Problem: 1 and ¼ cups

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Brain Puzzle: Apple pie!

Math Problem: 4 and 9/12 or 4 and ¾

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Brain Puzzle: Pardon me!

Math Problem: 3 whole pizzas!

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Well, they can sense it anyway. It’s believed that dogs can be trained to perceive time and anticipate future events based on past experiences.

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Brain Puzzle: Uproar

Math Problem: 64 rings

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### Today’s Fascinating Fact!

In this 4×4 version of Sudoku, you want to fill each row, column, and quadrant with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4. But you can only use each number once. No duplications! Can you solve it?

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Math Problem: 3 and ⅓ minutes

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Brain Puzzle: Excuse me

Math Problem: ⅛ of the box is left

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Will you be the next oceanographer to discover an underwater trench or new species of fish? Watch this cool video about ocean explorers!

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Brain Puzzle: Forget it

Math Problem: Neither is correct because the fractions are equivalent!

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Brain Puzzle: Vegetables (veg plus two tables!)

Math Problem: Justin because a denominator of six has larger pieces than a denominator of eight

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Brain Puzzle: The kiwi is worth 4

Math Problem: 2/6 or ⅓

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In this 4×4 version of Sudoku, you want to fill each row, column, and quadrant with the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4. But you can only use each number once. No duplications! Can you solve it?

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Scientists and geographers divide it into five different sections: the Pacific, the Atlantic, the Indian, the Southern, and the Arctic Oceans. Learn more ocean facts in this video from Learn Bright!

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Brain Puzzle: Moonlight

Math Problem: 341 bowling balls

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Brain Puzzle: Earthworm

Math Problem: Rhombus

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