Logical Thinking Winter Puzzles
Logical thinking is great for differentiation, morning work, literacy centers, math centers, early finishers, homework, cooperative learning and fast finishers.
3 pages of 10 logic grids will keep students engaged while enjoying the Christmas season!
These cards are designed to be used with:
* high performing KG student
* advanced 1st and 2nd grade student
* average 3rd grade student
* 4th grade student needing remediation
Please read sample problems to determine if this product is appropriate for your students.
✔️✔️ Example of More Challenging Problem ✔️✔️
The friends entered a contest to see who could build the longest snow fort. Use the clues to determine the lengths of each fort.
Fallon’s snow fort was longest at 15 feet
while Fonda built one 4 feet shorter.
Frosty built the shortest.
✔️✔️ Example of Easier Problem ✔️✔️
When it started snowing again, the friends made a game of catching snowflakes on their tongues. Use the clues to determine the amount each friend caught.
The boy caught the most and Fonda
caught 5 less than him.
Fallon caught the least.
Suggestions for Use
✔️ Logic grids can be placed under a document camera and completed
as a class.
Answers may be oral or written on answer page.
✔️ Logic grids may be printed and distributed to all students
or “fast finishers”.
✔️ Logic grids are also designed to be used in a Learning Station.
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