Logic problems are great brain exercises. To solve them, use only a short list of clues and your own wits. Three logic problem assignments are on Page 4. Answers are on Page 5. These first 3 pages are designed to help the teacher explain how students can work out the logic problems.
Logic problems help with reasoning ability and with reading comprehension. Here’s an example: "A wind is blowing from the east, but you are facing the south side of a tree. Which way are the leaves blowing?" If you don't stop to think, you might have heard "east wind" and automatically answer "east". However, the wind is blowing from the east, so the leaves are actually blowing west.