Questions and riddles by Logiclike help kindergarten children build math and logical thinking skills.
Name the opposite:
Heavy, small or strong?
There are 2 candies, 1 pastry and 3 pears on a plate. How many fruits are there?
Color, shape, size?
A plum is cheaper than a pear. An apple is more expensive than a pear. Match the pictures and the lines.
Move all the shapes. Put the circle into the red place. Neither the circle nor the square can be in the blue place.
There are 4 cars in a garage. They're red and blue.
There are more red cars than blue ones.
How many red cars are there?
The square cannot be second. There should be a red shape in the third
Which cell is the square in?