Logic Puzzles

Scripture: I Kings 1-3, I Chronicles 29 and 2 Chronicles 1

Learning Objectives:

  • Students will learn it is important for parents to remind even their adult children to obey God.
  • Students will learn it is important to seek godly wisdom over material things.
  • Students will learn sometimes God will also choose to bless us with material things, but God is more concerned we have godly wisdom.
  • Students will learn how to solve logic puzzles.

Guiding Question: How can students learn to solve logic puzzles?

Materials: Printed logic puzzles, pencils, extra paper

Procedure: Review the story of Solomon from the scriptures above. Remind them that Solomon asked God for wisdom instead of wealth, power, or a long life. This was because He knew that wisdom from God was most important for his life. Because Solomon asked for wisdom, God gave it to him and also blessed him with wealth, power, and a long life. 

Introduce the activity. Remind students that Solomon asked for wisdom. One part of wisdom is using good logic. Teach students how to solve simple logic problems. Have them work in pairs or alone to solve additional logic problems.




Additional Questions: How can students apply knowledge of logic puzzles?

Supplemental Activity: Have the students work in partners to create logic puzzles for another partner pair to solve. The pairs can check each other’s answers when finished.

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