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1 Logic Puzzles FREEBIE Includes Instructions! By: Carrie Whitlock

2 How Do Logic Puzzles Work? Logic puzzles use a grid to help keep track of your deductive reasoning as you read the clues. You use an 0 to show a match or something you know, and an X to show something you know doesn t go together. Let s take a look at how this works! Let s use these clues to figure out what everyone s favorite fruit is! apples oranges blackberries mangos watermelons Clues: 1. One of the girls likes blackberries the best. We can assume that Patricia and Sallie are the only girls, so we need to put an X for each of the boys. Brent Ryan Patricia John Sallie X X X apples oranges blackberries mangos watermelons Brent X X Ryan X X X Patricia X John X O X X X Sallie X 2. Ryan doesn t care for mangos, and John loves oranges! Here, we know to put an X for Ryan and mangos, and we need to put a O for John and oranges, which means we need to put X s for all the other fruits for John, and X s for all the other people in the orange column. Every time you put a O you must fill the rest of that row AND column with X s! When doing a larger puzzle with multiple grids, only fill in the rows and columns in that small grid. There should be bold lines to show you where that small grid stops!

3 3. Sallie loves mangos, but Brent doesn t like watermelon. Here, we need to put an O for Sallie and mangos, so we fill those rows and columns with X s. We need to put a X for Brent and watermelon. apples oranges blackberries mangos watermelons Brent O X X X X Ryan X X X X O Patricia X X O X X John X O X X X Sallie X X X O X With larger grids, you do the same thing with the X s and 0 s! However, remember to only fill in the smaller grid you are in when filling a column or row with X s. See the bold lines? (arrows) This shows you where the grids are separated. Now, that leaves Brent with only apples. That means we need to put a O there since that is the only possibility left! Remember to fill in the columns and rows when you put a O anywhere! But wait! Now Patricia is the only person left for blackberries, so put an O for her and blackberries, and fill that row in with X s. Now we are left with only ONE place, Ryan and watermelon. So, we must put a O there since there are only X s in that row and column! Oh, and HAVE FUN! Logic puzzles can be a lot of fun and a great way to exercise your brain!

4 A Note about Larger Grids: With larger grids, you do the same thing with the X s and 0 s! However, remember to only fill in the smaller grid you are in when filling a column or row with X s. See the bold lines? (arrows) This shows you where the grids are separated. Also, remind your students that they must use deductive reasoning. This means using what they know is true or what they know isn't true to figure out other facts. For instance, with larger grids, you need to pay attention when you put a 0 because you need to then check for possible things to match. For example, in the puzzle above, let s say Sarah s side was corn. If corn already had an X for apple pie, then Sarah too would need an X on apple pie since we know she ate the corn, and the person who ate the corn didn t eat apple pie! On a side note, this link has a great tutorial on logic puzzles as well! 20Problems.pdf

5 Zoo T rip Logic Puzzl e Name: Xavier and his four friends are all in a group for the zoo field trip. Each student in the group was assigned a different animal to investigate and draw on the trip. Using the clues, can you figure out what animal each child is supposed to investigate? Clues: 1. One of the girls was SO happy to have the King Cobra! 2. Stephanie didn t have the tree frog, and Kim and Xavier helped the person with the penguin find their information. 3. Jennifer s giraffe drawing was great. 4. The boys had the frog and the penguin. 5. Two of the girls thought it was funny their animals started with the first letter of their names! Kim Jennifer Xavier Stephanie Greg Scarlet Macaw King Cobra *Xavier and Greg are boys, the rest are girls! Gentoo Penguin Tree Frog Masai Giraffe Zoo T rip Logic Puzzl e Name: Xavier and his four friends are all in a group for the zoo field trip. Each student in the group was assigned a different animal to investigate and draw on the trip. Using the clues, can you figure out what animal each child is supposed to investigate? Clues: 1. One of the girls was SO happy to have the King Cobra! 2. Stephanie didn t have the tree frog, and Kim and Xavier helped the person with the penguin find their information. 3. Jennifer s giraffe drawing was great. 4. The boys had the frog and the penguin. 5. Two of the girls thought it was funny their animals started with the first letter of their names! Kim Jennifer Xavier Stephanie Greg Scarlet Macaw King Cobra *Xavier and Greg are boys, the rest are girls! Gentoo Penguin Tree Frog Masai Giraffe

6 Mrs. Dennis music closet was getting very messy. She asked five students to each organize a certain type of musical instrument. Using the clues, can you figure out which instrument each student was in charge of? Clues: 1. Either Amy or Lucas organized the bongo drums. 2. Paul carefully stacked the xylophones. 3. One of the girls put away recorders. 4. Lucas was glad he didn t have to wash the kazoos. 5. Amy accidently dropped a cow bell when putting them in the box. Sarah James Amy Lucas Paul xylophones *Sarah and Amy are girls, the rest are boys. Name: Musical Organization Logic Puzzle recorders Bongo drums kazoos Cow bells Mrs. Dennis music closet was getting very messy. She asked five students to each organize a certain type of musical instrument. Using the clues, can you figure out which instrument each student was in charge of? Clues: 1. Either Amy or Lucas organized the bongo drums. 2. Paul carefully stacked the xylophones. 3. One of the girls put away recorders. 4. Lucas was glad he didn t have to wash the kazoos. 5. Amy accidently dropped a cow bell when putting them in the box. Sarah James Amy Lucas Paul xylophones Name: Musical Organization Logic Puzzle *Sarah and Amy are girls, the rest are boys. recorders Bongo drums kazoos Cow bells

7 Rainy Day Games Logic Puzzle What a week! It has rained every day this week, and you know what that means...indoor recess! Calvin and his four friends each got a turn choosing a game to play this week. Using the clues below, can you determine which game each person chose and the day it was played? Clues: Name: 1. Hailie chose her game on a day that started with T, but Brianna didn t. 2. One of the boys wanted to play Millionaire, but not on the first two days. 3. Go Fish was played on a Wednesday, but not at Alexa s request. 4. Calvin requested that they play Sailboat on Monday. 5. Apology was not played on a Friday, and the marbles weren t brought out on Thursday. 6. Marble-anche was requested by Alexa. 7. Joey requested his game the day after Hailie chose hers. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Marble-anche Go Fish Apology Millionaire Sailboat Calvin Joey Hailie Brianna Alexa Marble-anche Go Fish Apology Millionaire Sailboat *Calivin and Joey are boys, the rest are girls!

8 Key Zoo Trip Logic Puzzle Kim - King Cobra Jennifer - Masai Giraffe Xavier - Tree Frog Stephanie - Scarlet Macaw Greg - Gentoo Penguin Scarlet Macaw King Cobra Gentoo Penguin Tree Frog Masai Giraffe Kim X O X X X Jennifer X X X X O Xavier X X X O X Stephanie O X X X X Greg X X O X X Musical Organization Logic Puzzle: xylophones recorders Bongo drums kazoos Cow bells Sarah X O X X X James X X X O X Amy X X X X O Lucas X X O X X Paul O X X X X Sarah - recorders James - kazoos Amy - cow bells Lucas - bongo drums Paul - xylophones

9 Key Rain y Day Games Logic Puzzle Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Calvin O X X X X Joey X X X X O Hailie X X X O X Brianna X X O X X Alexa X O X X X Marble-anche X O X X X Marble-anche Go Fish Apology Millionaire Sailboat X X X X O X X X O X X X O X X X O X X X O X X X X Go Fish X X O X X Apology X X X O X Millionaire X X X X O Sailboat O X X X X Person Day Game Calvin Monday Sailboat Joey Friday Millionaire Hailie Thursday Apology Brianna Wednesday Go Fish Alexa Tuesday Marble-anche

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