MathsCraft sessions move away from the traditional textbook problem solving that focuses on repeated and correct implementation of skills to obtain the right answer. The problems we worked on encouraged logical thinking, exploration, creativity, communication and team-work. I was very impressed to see the MathsCraft process in action with a group of high-school students. After coming up with a solution for a number-problem, these students were able to start generalising the solution using mathematical notation. This process closely resembles what it is like doing research as a mathematician. I left equipped with new strategies to encourage and engage students in maths.