What are some good sources of challenging problems?
Saturday, July 1, 2006
<p>If you’d like to supplement your curriculum with some challenging problems, there are many resources available.</p>
<p>The <span class="caps">TOPS</span> decks for early elementary <a href="/product-review/tops-level-2">Techniques of Problem Solving Level 2</a> to middle school <a href="/product-review/techniques-of-problem-solving-level-8-deck-bb">Techniques of Problem Solving Level 8: Deck Bb</a> are a terrific source of problems. See more about these in <a href="http://www.math-mom.com/top-picks">Top Picks for Home Learners</a>.</p>
<p>For elementary and middle school students <a href="/book-review/creative-problem-solving-in-school-mathematics">Creative Problem Solving in School Mathematics, Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition</a> and <a href="/book-review/math-olympiad-contest-problems-for-elementary-and-middle-schools">Math Olympiad Contest Problems for Elementary and Middle Schools</a> are good choices.</p>
<p>Books such as <a href="/book-review/the-art-of-problem-solving-and-beyond">The Art Of Problem Solving: And Beyond</a> and <a href="/book-review/introduction-to-geometry">Introduction to Geometry</a> are appropriate for advanced middle and high school students.</p>
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