Last week I wrote a post explaining 'What are Once Upon a Crime Reading Mysteries?' In this post, I aim to give you some implementation ideas and suggestions for using these reading mystery resources in your classroom.
Last week I posted a new logic puzzle to solve. As promised, this week I will show the answers along with a solution guide.
Were you able to solve it? Did you find it easy, hard, or just the right amount of challenge? If using in the classroom, how did your students find it?
Either way, as simple as it looks, this was a challenging puzzle that required a fair bit of problem solving. In case there was any struggle with this challenge, I've included a solution strategy guide for solving this particular puzzle.
If you would like to challenge your students this week, this puzzle may do just that! It requires careful reading and lots of thinking. Don't be fooled by the 5 simple clues.
Little Red, Nivens McTwisp, and Larry the Wizard bought some flowers. They each bought a different type of flower, for a different reason, and for a different character. Using the five clue statements given, and the table to help, can you solve who bought what for whom, and why?
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