# Let's Build a Logic Train / Flow Chart (Shapes Edition)

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1. Developing logic skills help us to become better thinkers and problem solvers in all walks of life. The skills in these task cards are precursors to more advanced skill (but are not limited to) development in the following areas: * Math graphing, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, alg
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Learning how to build and read a graph is a basic logic and math skill. It is a precursor to more advanced skills to come such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, and statistics. They are also useful tools for developing scientific methodology.

This resource contains four sets of ten objects divided into shape themes.

* Red frame: Circle, square, triangle, star
* Orange frame: Oval, heart, hexagon, diamond/rhombus
* Yellow frame: Heart, rectangle, circle, pentagon
* Green frame: Triangle, hexagon, square, diamond/rhombus

Select the cards you wish to have your students practice. Laminate, cut out and post at various locations around the room. You will also need to place six crayons (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple) near each location for student use. Or, as an alternative, the children may simply carry the colors they will need with them. The crayons will need to be in some sort of container, however, as the crayons plus a clipboard is too many for little hands to carry. If you use mini-clipboards in your classroom, simply fold the full pages in half and have your students complete one side at a time. Alternatively, the cards may be placed into a container for use at a learning center.

Response Pages: As the students “walk the room” they will select and mark the shape from the task card which follows next in the “train”/flow chart. Three response pages are provided for each set of cards to allow for differentiation:
1) Choose the shape that changes by ONE attribute.
2) Choose the shape that changes by TWO attributes.
3) Follow the attribute arrows. (Alternating between one and two attributes.)
Hint: All “trains”/flow charts begin and end with the same color/shape.

Have fun with this activity.

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