SAT Espionage: Cracking the Test-Makers' Code
The SAT likes to test student’s nerves by replacing numbers with letters. This can be frustrating, since most high school math problems involve at least one number. The best way to approach these problems is as a code-breaker; they have given you enough clues, if only you can find them. Here’s a game that will help your student discover that cracking the code is a lot easier than it looks.
What You Need:
- A pencil
- A few pieces of paper
- 2 or more players (you can be one.)
- Candy or another small prize