Problem Solving

problem solvingUpdated 9-25-19

Just starting this page. It could also include ‘critical thinking’ and ‘logical thinking’. Ideas?

  1. Let me Google that for you–all those questions people ask, they could have answered themselves? Here’s a site. They even have stickers
  2. Math Pickle–put student in a choatic situation and see how they solve the problem
  3. Thinkrolls–problem-solving app for kids


  1. The Crossing–attempts to cross a gorge; some fail; all result in success


  1. Digipuzzles–great puzzles for geography, nature, and holidaysjigsaw
  2. Jigsaw Planet–create your own picture jigsaw
  3. Jigsaw puzzles
  4. Jigzone–puzzles
  5. Jigsaw Puzzles–JS


  1. Using robots and drones for handicaps–wow–a TED talk video

3 thoughts on “Problem Solving

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  2. I have discovered a browser version of The Oregon Trail. Students have to problem solve how to enter the commands (They have always used a mouse and struggle with just keyboard commands) and then the problem solving/critical thinking of the game itself.

    Link is

    • You are wonderful. I spent a lot of time looking for a good browser-based version of this and gave up. Thanks, Frank.

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