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I tried making a new type of crossword puzzle this week - it's great for fast finishers or a brain break.  Perfect for having students practice skills such as sums, products, percent, conversions - any clue I can think of that results in a number.  If your students don't know a specific fact - a great opportunity to look up the answer and practice research skills.  For example, one of the clues asks students how many keys are there on a piano.


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