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This bundle of 50 Logic & Deductive Reasoning puzzles combines two individual puzzle bundles:
Calcudoku Puzzles and
Division Sudoku
This unique combination of puzzle bundles supports students arithmetic skills, calculations of operations, logic skills and deductive reasoning skills. Suitabl

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A lifetime of logical thinking awaits your students—start them on a positive path with Beginning Links to Logic! The reproducible worksheets in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning. All they have to do is follow the clues to solve each puzzle and develop analysis and

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to find what does not belong or what is wrong in the provided puzzles. A lif

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A lifetime of logical thinking awaits your students—start them on a positive path with Beginning Links to Logic! The reproducible worksheets in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning. All they have to do is follow the clues to solve each puzzle and develop analysis and

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to find what does not belong or what is wrong in the provided puzzles. A lif

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to use words or images to determine the nursery rhyme or piece together an i

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to use words or images to determine the nursery rhyme or piece together an i

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A lifetime of logical thinking awaits your students—start them on a positive path with Beginning Links to Logic! The reproducible worksheets in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning. All they have to do is follow the clues to solve each puzzle and develop analysis and

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to find what does not belong or what is wrong in the provided puzzles. A lif

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Logical thinking is a lifelong skill that is developed, practiced, and even enjoyed. The reproducible activities in this packet are designed to teach students to use deductive reasoning to solve problems. They will be asked to use words or images to determine the nursery rhyme or piece together an i

This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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This bundle includes ALL eleven of my Reasoning Puzzles, with all 110 puzzles:
Reasoning Puzzles: Early Place Value, Place Value and Rounding, Meaning of Multiplication, Higher Level Multiplication, 2 Digit Addition/Subtraction, Addition and Subtraction, Introduction to Fractions, Meaning of Divisi

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can the

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This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then

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In this resource students must reason about introductory fraction concepts: equal parts, fractions on a number line, equivalence, numerators and denominators and fraction bars. This is aligned to the third grade common core state standards, but would also be appropriate as a review or practice for f

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A more accessible version of addition and subtraction for the younger grade levels! This would be appropriate for 2nd grade and early 3rd.
This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Math

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This is the second in the multiplication series. After learning about the meaning of multiplication, students will be ready to move on to both single and double digit multiplication in these puzzles. They will work with the traditional algorithm, partial product, area model, and arrays.
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In this resource students must reason about introductory place value concepts using ten frames, number lines, bundles and stick, expanded form, standard form and word names. They use their knowledge about ones, tens and hundreds to solve these puzzles.
This resource is here to help students engage

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This bundle includes two of my Reasoning Puzzles:
Reasoning Puzzles (2 Digit Addition and Subtraction)
Reasoning Puzzles (Addition and Subtraction)
This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standar

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This bundle includes two of my Reasoning Puzzles:
Reasoning Puzzles (Meaning of Multiplication)
Reasoning Puzzles (High Level Multiplication)
This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for

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