Logical Reasoning Teacher Resources
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In this logical reasoning worksheet, students solve 2 word problems where they use logical reasoning to put a list of objects into the correct order. A clear example is provided.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, 4th graders read a paragraph about what three students are brought for lunch before determining what each student eats through logical reasoning. They record what they understand, make a plan, fill in a table to organize the food choices, and tell how the table helped them solve the problem.
In this time intervals worksheet, 2nd graders use logical reasoning to figure out how long 4 activities take. Students circle the 4 additional activities that take about an hour to complete.
In this problem solving worksheet, students use logical reasoning to solve each of 4 problems. The word problems pertain to the position of people in line, theater seating and identification of who plays what instrument in a talent show.
In this problem solving strategy instructional activity, students read 3 different story problems. Students use logical reasoning to solve.
In this problem solving with logical reasoning worksheet, students read a word problem and write short answers to show the steps for understanding, planning, solving, and checking. Students write four short answers.
For this shapes worksheet, 1st graders use logical reasoning to figure out which shape from the clues given they should circle to correctly answer 7 questions.
For this early childhood logical reasoning worksheet, students learn how to read it, picture it, and solve it as they practice using the skills to solve the given problem.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students understand the problem, plan how to solve it, solve it, and then reflect on the results.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students read the clues in 3 questions and draw the answers to each in the space provided.
For this logical reasoning worksheet, students write yes or no about the number of teeth various animals have, completing a table to solve 5 questions, then read a set of clues and draw a table to solve 6 questions.
For this reasoning worksheet, students learn to use logical reasoning to solve a story problem. They read one problem and work through the four steps to solve it: understand, plan, solve and look back. Students then use this logical reasoning strategy to solve two more problems.
In this logical reasoning learning exercise, students read the word problem about four people standing in line and study the chart defining their positions. Students then complete two word problems using the same math chart and logical reasoning.
For this problem solving strategy worksheet, students solve 6 math word problems that require them to use logical reasoning skills.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students utilize the problem-solving strategy of logical reasoning to answer 2 short answer mathematical questions.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, learners use the information of measurements to complete the logic table. Students then answer the question about the table. Learners repeat the same process for the second set of information and table.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students use logical thinking to help solve 2 word problems. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students use reasoning to solve 6 problems, showing their work. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
For this logical reasoning worksheet, students read about using reasoning to solve problems, then use a Venn Diagram to answer 3 questions. Houghton Mifflin test is referenced.
In this logical reasoning worksheet, students use a Venn Diagram and reasoning to solve 5 word problems, showing their work. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.