# Generation Logistics - Logic Puzzles

This series of logic puzzles requires students to read a story and extract relevant pieces of information to determine which person did what action in the story.

The logic puzzles can help build students' problem solving skills, extract information from longer more involved situations and break larger problems into smaller more manageable ones that are easier to solve.

The activities can be taught on a stand alone basis, but it is recommended students attempt the resources in the following order:
1. Birthday presents
2. A grand day out
3. Going shopping

Further education resources that link the world of logistics to suitable lessons and subjects in school can be found on the Generation Logistics Education Hub.

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### Logic Puzzles - 1 - Birthday Presents

In this logic puzzle students have to use the information given in a story about four siblings to work out the days of the week their birthdays are on and what presents they received.

Once the students have read the story they have to extract the relevant information. They are then encouraged to enter into a...

### Logic Puzzles - 2 - A grand day out

In this logic puzzle students have to use the information given in a story about the individual days out of four work colleagues to determine where they went, what they did and who they went with.

Once the students have read the story they have to extract the relevant information. They are then encouraged to...

### Logic Puzzles - 3 - Going Shopping

In this logic puzzle students have to use the information given in a story about four friends who meet up in the city centre to go shopping. The challenge is to determine which area of the city each friend lives in, what they purchased, and who they gave their purchase to.

Once the students have read the...