These maths riddles will get you thinking! A fun and stimulating brain activity for the elderly!

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Kimberley 10th Jul 2017
Tried this with my AD/D memory care community and it was a bit too abstract for some of them. I will choose more carefully the higher functioning for the next time I try it. Thanks for the idea though.
Talita 17th Jul 2017
Thanks for your feedback Kimberley. Hopefully you found some more suitable activities for your memory care residents on the website. There's a large variety to choose from - the reminiscing quizzes and activities work well.
Talita 24th Apr 2017
Ah yes, well spotted. I've changed it to
Q: What month has 28 days?
A: All months have 28 days!

Thanks Sue and Ellen.
sue 23rd Apr 2017
Not all months has 29 days as February has 28 days unless its a leap year
Merilyn 13th Apr 2017
What does this mean?

1 1 was a race horse
2 2 was 1 2
1 1 1 1 race
and 2 2 1 1 2

Answer:

One One was a race horse
Two two was one two
One one won one race
And two two won one two
Amanda 12th Apr 2017
I used these riddles last week and I think Trivia may be the second cousin now as the clients loved these thinking questions.
chant 11th Apr 2017
This is awesome, Thanks!
Talita 4th Apr 2017
oh very well spotted Ellen! This has been adjusted : )
Ellen B. 4th Apr 2017
Including the Leap Year February
Ellen B. 4th Apr 2017
RE: Mind Bending.......# 5 answer....Should be ALL months have 29 days : )

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