Trial and error will be your guide as you learn to apply logic and reasoning to an often surreal environment.
If you get stuck, you can always reset the level and try again.
These fun, colorful puzzles provide far more than entertaining challenges.
They give students opportunities to apply logical thinking, develop spatial reasoning skills, plan ahead, and visualize strategic moves.
Bob intentionally made errors while playing the games to show children what to do when things don’t quite go as planned.
Another lesson he teaches is to persevere in problem solving.To make it easy for teachers to use our logic games in the classroom, we developed a collection of videos that describe how to play many of the games.The videos were narrated by Bob Sprankle, an award-winning elementary school teacher.Spatial reasoning skills are particularly important. Educators at the Mind Shift blog (including Joan Moss, Catherine D.Bruce, Bev Caswell, Tara Flynn, and Zachary Hawes) have identified five compelling reasons to teach spatial reasoning skills.Any way you slice it, this game will give your brain a workout.Red Block Escape Red Block Escape is a spatial reasoning puzzle that is hard to resist. To fall through the exit, the block has to arrive in an upright position.Join Tiny King in his quest for the gold key and enjoy some wacky and whimsical problem solving.Jelly Slice Jelly Slice is a problem solving puzzle with one simple rule.You’ll have to use creative thinking and spatial reasoning to get the job done.There are no time limits which means you can focus entirely on problem solving and logical thinking for as long as you need.