The mathematics standards call for moving beyond memorization, rote learning, and application of predetermined procedures. The standards call on teachers to work toward a deeper conceptual understanding and to foster mathematical reasoning. How do we foster such a deep understanding of mathematics concepts? With deep-thinking math questions, of course. You'll find questions for sixteen mathematics topics to promote mathematical thinking and interaction in your class. Question topics: Problem Solving; Number Patterns and Relationships; Whole Number and Decimal Place Value; Decimal Operations; Fraction Concepts; Fraction Addition and Subtraction; Fraction Multiplication and Division; Percents; Relating Fractions, Decimals, and Percents; Ratios, Rates, and Proportions; Statistics, Data Analysis, and Graphing; Algebra: Integers and Integer Operations; Algebra: Solving Equations and Inequalities; Geometry Concepts; Geometry and Measurement; Probability.