 # Math Logic Puzzles for Critical Thinking and Enrichment

Enrich and extend your math lessons with these ‘Math Mystery’ logic puzzles that are the perfect challenge for 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. The puzzles are skills-based, so they integrate well with almost ANY math lesson!

Three levels of difficulty make for the perfect challenge:

• Introductory logic puzzles are great for beginners (4th grade and up!)
• Advanced logic puzzles are great for students needing an extra challenge
• Extra Advanced logic puzzles are perfect for expert solvers… we dare you to figure these puzzles out! 😉

How can I use these logic puzzles in the classroom?

• Enrich and extend any lesson with a logic puzzle that connects to the skill you’re teaching
• Supplement your instruction for almost any skill
• Encourage critical thinking about important math skills

What's included in my purchase?

• 47 printable logic puzzles
• A DIGITAL version of all 3 levels in Google Slides

Which skills are covered in these math logic puzzles?

Introductory puzzles (27 in total) cover the following skills:

• Addition (with both whole numbers and decimals)
• Subtraction (with both whole numbers and decimals)
• Multiplication (with whole numbers, decimals, and fast facts)
• Division (with remainders, fast facts, and whole numbers)
• Place Value
• Geometry
• Prime/Composite Numbers
• Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers
• Multiplying fractions by whole numbers
• Measurement conversions
• Elapsed Time
• Comparing fractions
• Equivalent fractions
• Order of Operations

Advanced Puzzles (16 in total) cover the following skills:

• Addition (with whole numbers, decimals)
• Subtraction (with whole numbers, decimals)
• Multiplication (with whole numbers, decimals)
• Division (with whole numbers, decimals, with and without remainders)
• Time
• Place value
• Prime and composite numbers
• Geometry
• Metric Conversions
• Measurement conversions
• Elapsed Time
• Volume
• Comparing equivalent fractions
• Improper fractions, mixed numbers

Extra Advanced Puzzles (4 in total)

• Adding and subtracting (whole numbers, decimals)
• Multiplication and division (fast facts)
• Elapsed time
• Order of Operations

Please Note: The Introductory and Advanced Puzzles contain the SAME challenges with different levels of complexity. These make for easy differentiation among students!  