Logic Puzzle - Each scenario is thought provoking. Begin the activity by dividing the class into small groups, then give each group a worksheet with the riddles you selected. Making Predictions - A good warm-up for inferences. Going on a Picnic or Going on an Expedition This oldie but goodie requires memory, patterning, and categorization skills.
For example, some riddles may use the vocabulary you wish to review with your students. The language skills needed to successfully solve them is more complex than the previous riddles mentioned.
One day, a big storm hits and all but seven run away.
The higher-numbered buttons are out of his reach. Riddle: As I was going to St. Lots of brain power needed here. That's why it's important for students to analyze, think effectively, and understand that not everything is black and white.
The children need to think about how they could add, subtract, multiply or divide the single digit numbers to get the answer