This Valentine's Day logic puzzle can be used year after year with your students. The premise of the problem involves students putting their teacher's chocolates back into the right spots inside of the chocolate box. It is perfect for active and tactile learners; students will cut out each of the chocolate pieces and move them to their designated spot inside of the chocolate box until they have solved the puzzle. It is a concrete method of solving the puzzle for younger learners who may not be as familiar with logic puzzles.
If you use the black and white-version, it can be a nice display for your classroom. Cut out the chocolate box when the puzzle is complete and color the chocolates. Take a piece of construction paper and glue the "box" onto the bottom half. Then fold the top half of the construction paper over it to cover it, which will make your top for the box. Students can decorate the "top" of the box to be whatever they want. Then glue the finished puzzle onto the bottom half of the paper.
The puzzle includes:
~ 2 versions of the same problem so both male and female teachers can use it each year
~ teaching tips so the puzzle runs smoothly for teachers and students
~ 3 differentiated clue sheets for early elementary students, upper elementary students, and middle school students
~ black-and-white and colored versions of the pieces for the puzzle
~ an answer sheet for students
~ an answer key for teachers
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