Looking for a few extra "arrows in your quiver" as we head into Winter Break?" This is a logic puzzle that identifies after-school snacks and drinks and asks students to match which student prefers which food and drink. Great as a transition activity, a bellringer, part of an emergency lesson plan when you have to be out unexpectedly, as a puzzle for your students that finish an assessment before other students, or even for those last twenty minutes before the bell. With Winter Break coming up, I know we could all use a little extra work that is fun and engaging :)
This is a fairly simple logic puzzle, it uses clues such as "the person who likes bananas also prefers milk" or "Reina thinks pretzels are too salty to eat," so it is accessible to 4th graders and still appropriate for 7th graders - just expect the 7th graders to finish more quickly.
I included three versions of the same puzzle: one with a logic grid printed on, one with an answer table printed on, and one with blank space. An answer key is provided. :)
I have many highly-rated logic puzzles - both general interest like this one and specific math/science ones - here on TpT. You can find them here:
My Logic Puzzles