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Primary Logic Puzzles Sampler
Logic puzzles provide opportunities for students to develop skills in logical thinking, problem-solving, making inferences, drawing conclusions, recognizing similarities and differences, and comparing and contrasting. This freebie contains 3 different types of logic puzzles in both a PDF document and a link to a Google Slides™ document.
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