Included in this freebie are four original fun logic puzzles
that your kids have never seen before. These puzzles can be used as team-builders and will get your class working together.
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This free pack of logic puzzles ranges from visual puzzles to word-based pure logic puzzles. None of them are math-based, so they are perfect for just about any grade!
In-depth answers (with explanations) provided.
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Here’s what’s included in this sampler of original brain teasers and logic puzzles:
My Aunt Sally - spot the pattern in what my aunt Sally likes and dislikes.
Order Up - align images in a logical way to solve the puzzle.
Game Set Match - group shapes based on common features and find the odd one out.
Tiger Bait - use logic to find which door hides the tiger or hides the gold.
Included is a colorful Powerpoint presentation. It is not editable, but we might be able to make changes - just ask!
Black and white worksheets
(with a separate answer key!) are available for free on TpT.
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Who is Puzzlemonster?
We are a husband and wife team of puzzle nerds - not teachers, but puzzle specialists. Eric has invented puzzles his entire life and has a fun website dedicated to puzzles and puzzle games. He has shared his best puzzles only by email in recent years, as time is in short supply. Eric has a degree in English, an advanced degree in Artificial Intelligence, and is an Application Developer / Data Analyst for a school district.
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