# The Math Profs

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This 59 page book is organized into three pieces: Puzzles, Tutorials, and Answers. We suggest that you print off the puzzle (pages 6-35). If your student has been exposed to logic grid puzzles before, then they might be able to jump right into the
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Each book in the series is organized into three pieces: Puzzles, Tutorials, and Answers. We suggest that you print off the puzzles (pages 7 through 36). If your student has been exposed to logic grid puzzles before, then they might be able to jump
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Each book in the series is organized into three pieces: Puzzles, Tutorials, and Answers. We suggest that you print off the puzzles (pages 7 through 36). If your student has been exposed to logic grid puzzles before, then they might be able to jump
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The Level 1 Supplement is simply a collection of 30 additional puzzles written to go along with the Level 1 Book in this series. The puzzles are organized into five types, with six puzzles in each type. Each puzzle within a given type requires the
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What's new in Level 4? In Level 2, the concept of “ordering” was introduced as a means of adding complexity to the clues and puzzles. In Level 3, however, this “ordering” concept was avoided since the purpose was to acclimate the learner to the
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The Level 2 Supplement is simply a collection of 30 additional puzzles written to go along with the Level 2 Book in this series. The puzzles are organized into five types, with six puzzles in each type. Each puzzle within a given type requires the
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Teach your children critical thinking with our logic grid puzzles for kids. This bundle contains: Logic Grids for Kids: Level 1 Logic Grids for Kids: Level 2 Logic Grids for Kids: Level 3 Logic Grids for Kids: Level 4 Logic Grids for Kids:
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With Level 5, we start ratcheting up the difficulty. The size of the puzzles is the same as in Level 4, but the logical connections that need to be made are a little more intricate. Some of the clues also contain a more complex structure. Many of
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This is a sample puzzle from the book “Grids for Kids: Level 1”. “Grids for Kids” is a series of e-books which encourages children to think logically by solving logic grid puzzles. Each book in the series contains 30 puzzles arranged according to
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﻿This book includes a free sample puzzle from each of our Level Books and Supplements. Each sample was taken from the middle of the book in which it appears. As such, it is indicative of the book's difficulty level. Some of the puzzles in each
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The best way to conquer a fear of word problems is to become good at them. And the best way to become good at them, is to work more of them. Barnyard Math is a collection of math word problems ranging from the simple to the complex, each involving
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Brian and Melanie Fulton met at Virginia Tech, where they each earned doctoral degrees in mathematics. They have taught mathematics at the university level, and they have written and edited mathematics curricula for a variety of levels, from middle school through postgraduate. They live on a small farm in Missouri, where they raise dairy goats, chickens, ducks, cats, miniature donkeys, and any fruit and nut trees they can keep the goats from decimating. They homeschool and are soon expecting their fourth student.

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