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Magic Squares Odd Ordered (3x3, 5x5, 7x7, .....)

We have been working with magic squares in which each column, row, and both diagonals sum to the same value. However, the only magic square children every get to solve is the 3x3 which is relatively easy.

Magic Square Fill-in Empty Cells Puzzles

Magic squares are one of the simplest forms of logic puzzles, and a great introduction to problem solving techniques beyond traditional arithmetic algorithms.

Game Theory: Race to 15 and Knight’s Lines (Tues-Friday)

Game theory is the study of how and why people make decisions.

Knight's Uncrossed Open and Polygons

In 1968, L. D. Yarbrough introduced a new variant on the classic problem of knight's tour. In addition to the rule that a knight touring a chessboard cannot visit the same cell twice, the knight is also not

Knight’s Tour: Advanced and Guaranteed Tour in Four Quadrants

The children showed up to class with an extreme level of enthusiasm. Many children solved Knight’s Tours (1-64), some solved very rare Closed Tours (64th move to 1st is a knight’s move).