# Explore Logic Problems, Logic Puzzles and more!

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Logic puzzles are great enrichment for summer. I like to have these on hands just for fun. Students select them and take them home or do in class when there is down time.

I post these problems every couple of days. Students see if they can puzzle them out using any problem solving technique they want. Some of my students LOVE to see which challenge will come next.

Students solve match expressions to complete a puzzle.

Love having logic puzzles on hand for challenge, time-fillers, bell-ringers and just fun.

Exponent Properties Scavenger Hunt: Practicing exponent properties made fun!This scavenger hunt includes 10 exponent property problems using only positive exponents. They include multiplying like bases, simplifying a power to a power, and more complex problems that require multiple steps.

Proportions STEM Activity! Discover: Africa is a great cross-curricular way to bring STEM into your math classroom! Students (either alone or in pairs) work through questions that require measuring, calculating conversions, solving proportions, percentage problems, determining the mean, and reading a map.

By far one of my students' favorite projects all year...geometry + problem solving + scale + creative thinking. Love this project to build a medieval village.

Practice with scientific notation with this puzzle. Students convert from scientific notation and from standard form to scientific notation. Even practice can be fun.

Serious decimals, graphing and more when students design their own monster ice cream parlors. Writing, problem solving, and more to engage students in this student-centered project.

Directions for Use:Have each student put his or her name on the blank at the top of the page.They are to write and fill in the four corner boxes with experiences from their summer vacation.The circles and rectangles provide numerical information about the student.