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Number Cross Puzzles: A Quick and Challenging Workout for Your Brain

4.6  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Welcome to the world of Number Cross Puzzles. These
puzzles are designed to be both quick and challenging—
they can be completed in as little as five minutes.
(Using a pencil is definitely recommended!) Number
Cross Puzzles improve critical thinking skills by utilizing
problem solving strategies and logical reasoning in
students. Recommended for anyone ages 8 and up.
Paperback, 196 pages
Published August 31st 2012 by Xlibris (first published August 3rd 2012)
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Dec 19, 2015 Charles rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Challenging, yet a welcome diversion from the standard curriculum

This book contains a set of 128 number cross puzzles: they look like crossword puzzles with intersecting down and across sections. You are given a set of numbers that are to be placed in the puzzle along with four that will not be used. In general, the numbers start at four digits and then increase in size.
The puzzles are essentially pattern matching: the key is to find the start point where there is only one choice for a number
Book Him Danno
This reminds me of Sudoku with the way only one number can fit in the spot for all the others to fit where they need to be. As I am starting a new puzzle my mind thinks very much like it does with Sudoku and I eliminate numbers as possibilities until I can find the number that fits. Once I get the first few numbers the rest just need to be filled in. I have taken this book to work with me over a few weeks and when I have a break I try to do a few puzzles. I have tried most of the different forma ...more
Mrs Mommy Booknerd
I am addicted to puzzles. I am constantly trying new games on the iPad and my phone. When I was younger I was addicted to word finds and crossword puzzles. I am NOW addicted to Rich Rollo's Number Cross Puzzles. I love that this very fun puzzle book challenges my brain in a different way than the computer based games. I love having the book in my hands, folding over the cover and trying to figure out the puzzle! Ever since I received this puzzle book it has stayed in my purse and I take it out a ...more
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