Judson Moon is running for president, and his friends want to help him win. The boys–Lane and Spencer and the girls–Abby, Ashley, and Chelsea, all worked hard. One kid was in charge of each of the following tasks: paint signs, make flyers, place phone calls, collect money, and design a logo. Get your campaign gear ready, and sort through the clues to determine who did what to help Judson in his pursuit to be “The King of The Hill.”
Enhance your novel study, or your election unit, with this logic problem related to Dan Grtman's novel, the kid who ran for president. 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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