I’ve gone through the Puzzlements.co mailer archives and grabbed the most-clicked link from each week, seeded them, and created the first Puzzlement Tournament!
Perfect for an end-of-year debate: which puzzlement is the greatest? 16 options arranged into four rounds. Run it however you’d like.
- Vote once a day: show two puzzlements, students vote on which one moves on. This would take 15 days.
- Vote twice per day: once for a bracket in the top half and once for a bracket in the bottom half. This would take 8 days.
- Do an entire round per day. This would take 4 days.
21 Games for Paper and Pencil
Perfect for brain breaks, wrapping up the day, indoor recess, or to analyze interesting strategies. Learn more...
Here are the 16 links if you’d like to use a different format:
- Van Gogh painting on water
- Teachers, Ping-Pong Balls, and Zero-G
- Circles in an Optical Illusion
- In-Camera Lighting
- A Rubik’s Cube LEGO Robot
- Preposterous Animations
- Single Stroke Art
- Helicopter Rotors Illusion
- T-Rex Illusion
- This flag Isn’t Waving
- Baby Names Over Time
- Super Magnet
- Drawing Perfect Circles
- A Bridge Moving Out Of The Way
- Ink Floating In Water
- Pencil Lead Sculptures