### Puzzles, games and mini-competitions organized by grade

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I think one of the best features of your puzzles are how they engage a wide spectrum of learners. That is so difficult for teachers. Your math puzzles are remarkable and a big reason why all of my students enjoy them and learn from them regardless of their mathematical readiness level. This is as close to a “silver bullet” as I’ve seen.

**Jason Kornoely**

We found Dr. Pickle’s website and his philosophies appealed to us. Math wasn’t about right and wrong; there was a process. Math wasn’t about tackling an equation in one specific way; there was room for creativity. Math wasn’t worksheets and drill; it was beautiful and colourful, fun and dynamic. This was how we wanted our students to experience and understand math.

**Jennifer Bartlett**

#### Engage a wide spectrum of student ability.

#### Give every child the gift of failure.

(success too)

#### Put your students in a pickle!

#### We learn best through hard fun!

#### Mathematics and beauty are inseparable.

#### Tongue-in-cheek nastiness engages students.

Dr. Pickle’s puzzles are innovative in design as they are open-ended, require immense strategy and many remain unsolved. Consequently, they leave both students and teachers hungry for more.

**Helen Gould**

Thank you for all the great resources, ideas, and inspiring videos! I can’t wait to use some these materials this Fall with my elementary mathematics methods students as well as try the unsolved problems with my two children.

**Amy Tanner**

One of the hallmarks of Dr. Pickle’s puzzles is the celebration of failure, a feature that is rarely, if ever, seen, let alone promoted, in school mathematics. And yet, it makes so much sense as a way to free up the space for learning to happen, and to have it happen at such accelerated rate.

**Natasa Sirotic**

Struggling students thrived and those who wanted the most difficult challenges were not disappointed.

**Doreen Grey**