July 2, 2021 7 min read
Do you enjoy fun and challenging logical puzzles? Over the next few weeks, we will bring you a number of posts in our new Tickle Your Brain series to entertain and enlighten!
Attempting to solve logic puzzles is one of the best ways to improve your problem-solving and logical thinking skills while having lots of fun at the same time.
Today’s post is a collection of 5 logical puzzles for kids and adults too! Are you ready to get started?
How many total blocks are in the diagram below?>
A) 11 Blocks. The bottom most level has 5, second level has 3, third level has 2 and final level has 1.
How far can a bear walk into the woods?
A) Half-Way (after that, the bear is walking out of the woods!). Now that was confusing! Ready to walk into more puzzles?!
How can you flip the gummy bear pyramid upside down by moving only 3 gummy bears?
A) The more you do these, the more you get better! So keep going and see how many you get correctly.
On Bert’s 14th Birthday, his younger brother Chip was half his age. If today is Bert’s 31st birthday, how old is Chip?
A) Chip is 24 years old (Bert is 7 years older than Chip). Happy birthday Bert!
If there are 7 bears in a room and they each hug each other once and only once. How many total bear hugs were there all together?
A) 21 Hugs. That was easy, wasn’t it? Bear hugs are the best! Especially when they come from family!
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