Everyday Learning Logic Puzzles

February 5, 2013
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Everyday Learning Logic Puzzles

Content: Math – Logic
Grade(s): 3rd – 7th
Perspective: Secular
Prep Time: None
Teacher Manual: N/A
Parent Involvement: Moderate
Cost: $ || ? info
Publisher: www.teacherspayteachers.com
Updated Review: 04/17/2014

From Everyday Learning’s website:

We’ve taken critical thinking activities to a whole new level by integrating content-area facts with fun, deductive thinking, table logic puzzles. Everyday Learning Logic packets come with a sample puzzle and step-by-step directions to help your kids learn how to do these kinds of brain teasers on their own. An answer sheet is in the back to help make your job a little easier.

All of our logic puzzles have been kid-tested and edited for clarity and solve-ability.

Find 5-puzzle packets for $3.00 each on the following topics:

  • Halloween
  • Thanksgiving
  • Winter Holidays
  • US Presidents
  • Physical Geography
  • Colonial History

Be sure to check out ABC=123 Brainteasers, math-based logic puzzles called alphametics. These math puzzles appear deceptively easy at first glance, but can be very frustrating for students who have not been given some basic problem-solving skills to use. Alphametic problems require a great deal of mathematical reasoning to solve, which is why we’ve included an extra two puzzles in the packet with hints for how to solve them. This learning packet includes instructional strategies you can use with your students to ensure feelings of success and satisfaction that comes from solving challenging problems.

Need more help with problem solving strategies you can use with these brainteasers? Check out our blog for some step-by-step instructions. www.everyday-learning.org/alphametics

Because one opinion is never enough! Have you ever used Everyday Learning’s Logic Puzzles? How did it work for your family? Share your review below.



  • Carmen H. November 19, 2016 at 11:44 pm

    We use the Alphametics every Wednesday morning. Logic Wednesday. My students love the challenge and love the opportunity for multiple answers:).

  • Sandi J. July 21, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    Very much enjoyed Physical Geography Logic Puzzles, and students LOVED it! Thank you!

  • Tpt Buyer November 30, 2014 at 10:37 am

    “OMG, those dudes rock” said the kid who did the Early Rockets table logic puzzle. He couldn’t believe the dates and had to research it to make sure you were right. This is the kid who complains that everything is dumb and boring. Thank you for getting him motivated to learn again.

  • Christine S. January 12, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    The Christmas Critical Thinking Station Cards were great differentiation for my high flyers and they really enjoyed it. I used some as a whole class activity and it provided a nice stretch for all of us!

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