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(We deleted Amazon affiliate links from here, thanks for understanding.) Curiosity, frustration, satisfaction. All of these can be provided by a good logic problem. Although not board games they are still better than watching the television. As anyone who has tried to solve this kind of logic problem before will tell you, irritatingly, 'it's easy when you know how'.

Try your skills on some of the problems below.

Logic Links Level D
Kids will be hooked on logic once they try thinking sideways, backwards, right to left and upside-down and they'll have a great time doing it! Logic Links get kids to build thinking skills as they reason out sequencing puzzles, using 48 chips (included) to help them visually organize their thinking.

Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears! Movin' Monkeys
There's nothing like monkeying around to get creativity flowing! In this jungle-themed set, monkeys fly through the palm trees by their tails, then spin, twist and turn. Colorful set features plastic gears, crank, connectors and base plates for endless building possibilities. Kids develop their own gears jungle or use the easy-to-follow instructions.

The Mad Cow Puzzles Ltd - The Timbers - Wooden Logic Puzzle
Looks easy doesn't it. Just 6 pieces of wood to fit back together. Could YOU do it?

The Mad Cow Puzzles Ltd - The Quadrilateral - Wooden Logic Puzzle
This is getting trickier . Supposedly one of the hardest problems available it is NOT recommended for the faint-hearted!

The Mad Cow Puzzles Ltd - The Trick Stick - Wooden Logic Puzzle
This is a great one for a party. Attach this to a button hole and watch as attempts are made to remove it. Instructions included.
April 29, 2008, 9:39 am

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