New! Cryptogram puzzle to review PP&E

Below are links to handouts for a cryptogram puzzle to review Property, Plant & Equipment in financial accounting. Both handouts relate to the same puzzle, but one is the student handout and the other is the solution. This is a quick puzzle – it is a phrase that relates to PP & E. To solve a cryptogram puzzle, the puzzle solver must crack the number/letter code and figure out the hidden message. The code is a simple substitution code where each number represents a different letter of the alphabet in the solution. A few letters/numbers are given in the puzzle as clues. The A through Z legend at the top is to help puzzle solvers keep track of the letters/numbers they have found.

PP & E cryptogram puzzle (student version): Share this handout with your students to have them work on the puzzle. There is not an online puzzle; the handout will need to be printed out for use in the classroom.

PP & E cryptogram puzzle (instructor/solution version): This link contains the solution to this cryptogram puzzle.

As always, I hope you find this word puzzle to be useful with your classes.

Wendy


New! Word Puzzles for Accountants. There are six different kinds of word puzzles in this book: crossword puzzles, word searches, cryptograms, word jumbles, word scrambles, and missing letters. All puzzles are themed around introductory financial accounting and introductory managerial accounting. Solutions are provided at the end of the book for all puzzles. Over 100 puzzles included in the book. See more information at this link.


About Dr. Wendy Tietz, CPA, CMA, CSCA, CGMA

Dr. Wendy Tietz is a professor of accounting at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, USA. She is also a textbook author with Pearson Education.

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