Superstitious Logic Problem

Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem
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The teachers at Steeple Chase Academy have been overly superstitious. Hold onto your rabbit’s foot and tip toe through the following clues to match first and last names and find out what each person sweated over on Friday the thirteenth.

Logic problems involve higher level / critical thinking skills and are great for early finishers, for use in centers, or even to reward students with a fun and engaging activity. Students may complete this problem independently or in cooperative groups.

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Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem
Superstitious Logic Problem