Are you searching for a fun end-of-year activity with a twist? You may have heard about our wildly successful Logic Puzzles for Kids | Mini-Mysteries! Well, we’re at it again with some wonderful Christmas logic puzzles – there’s more to Christmas mysteries than just what’s wrapped under the tree!
Solve a magical mini-mystery with your students for some educational fun!
What is a Mini-Mystery?
If you haven’t taken a look at our mini-mysteries before, you’re in for a treat! A mini-mystery is a logic puzzle that encourages deeper thinking using memory and problem-solving skills. What’s more, mini-mysteries help to increase visual-spatial reasoning and increase IQ. And the best part? They work brilliantly as warm-up or fast-finisher activities!
Christmas Logic Puzzles for Kids
We’re super excited to add these beauties to our Christmas Resource Collection. With 3 levels of difficulty, these mini-mysteries will suit any classroom and can be completed independently or as a whole-class activity! Simply check the star rating at the top of each mini-mystery to see the degree of difficulty for the task. Then, instruct your students to read the clues and use logic to solve these puzzles.
Was it Santa? The Elf doesn’t think so! How about the innocent-looking Christmas mouse?
Encourage your students to read the statements made by these cute Christmas characters to help them deduce the culprit!
Cold Hard Fact: Putting up a Christmas tree before December 1st is too early!
Well… at least according to this mini-mystery. I know some people in the Teach Starter office who may disagree!
Read the cold hard facts in this Christmas logic puzzle before using mathematical skills to figure out the mystery.
Your students will need to have strong visualisation skills to solve this mystery!
Is there a red-herring in this mini-mystery?
Everyone is telling the truth… so is it the gingerbread man or the Christmas tree? Or maybe the greeting card!
Finish off this fun activity by colouring in your worksheets! Why not encourage students to create their own Christmas logic puzzles to swap with a friend?