Today we are sharing the latest news about the Smartick** logic** sessions! As you will know if you are one of our students or a tutor, logic sessions are a Smartick favorite. Why? Because they are different from the normal arithmetic sessions, each exercise is different and there is *no automatic way* to solve them.

Let’s look at examples of some of the logic exercises on Smartick. Within each exercise, there are exercises of all difficulty levels. Here are two examples, one that is easier and one that is more complicated. Do you dare to solve them?

##### Attention

In this image, the student must focus on several elements and have visual concentration in order to find the correct answer!

###### Choose the image that matches the model:

Which image matches this one?

Which image matches this one?

Solve the Maze:

##### Space-time reasoning

This exercise works with and tests the ability to visualize objects in one’s mind, as well as the ability to imagine an object in different positions, sizes and shapes, without losing its characteristics, such as the rotation of images or the construction of figures from one plane to another.

###### Ordering statements:

###### Visualize an object from different perspectives:

The following image corresponds to a figure seen from the front. Choose the image that represents this same figure from above:

Choose the image that represents the following figure from above:

###### Mechanical Reasoning:

###### Find the same image with rotation:

##### Logical reasoning

**The ability that allows us to solve problems. It makes use of understanding to pass from one proposition to another, starting from what is known or what is believed to be known, to the unknown or less known.
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###### Series:

Deductions with avatars:

###### Logical deductions:

Numerical Reasoning

It is necessary to identify and determine the appropriate operations and perform the corresponding calculations to solve mathematical problems. This ability allows us to find different ways to solve problems and activities.

###### Venn diagrams:

###### Numerical puzzles:

##### Stimulation of mathematical talent

For our more curious students with more talent or who simply want to learn more, we have activities to help empower them. They are usually numerical activities, where they have to use their creativity and the ability to solve them more.

###### Cryptograms:

Check out more logic posts on our blog!

- Logic Exercises at Smartick and a Math Riddle
- Logic Diagrams and Venn Diagrams
- Logic Exercises

And if you want to learn more, sign up for Smartick and try it for free!

### Learn More:

- Logic Exercises at Smartick
- Logic Exercises: Graphs
- Logic Exercises at Smartick and a Math Riddle
- Practice with Examples of Equivalent Fractions
- Working with Venn Diagrams in Smartick

### Casey Aubin

Master’s in International Education from the Universidad de Alcalá– Instituto Franklin.

She has worked as a teacher in three different countries and is now a Translator on the Content Creation Team at Smartick and helps to adapt content for blog posts.

As a native Rhode Islander she loves any activity on the water and when she’s not working you can find her traveling, kickboxing, or trying out a new recipe.

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## marjan staničSep 30 2017, 1:18 PM

excellent