# Best Logical Games

The next table games related to logical-mathematical thinking are useful for Children, primary or secondary students to expand their spatial knowledge, develop their problem-solving capacity, or increase mental agility.

We continue to bet on educational board games and, therefore, we extend to 15 the selection of table games of mathematical logic and the reasoning capacity of the smallest. What do you know?

1. HABA – 3 x 4 = ¡Zas!

With this logic board game, you practice and learn the multiplication tables in Group, as well as encouraging the mental and visual speed of students from the age of eight. It is a matter of calculating the result of the multiplication and hunting the fly that bears it printed. The only tool is color swatter. The activity supports from two to six players.

1. Logic City

It helps to promote spatial orientation, develop logical thinking, problem-solving, and visual agility among children. The game consists of choosing a card and building a city through a plane with different colors. It offers three different levels to increase difficulty gradually.

1. Rush Hour

Elementary School students develop logical thinking with challenges they have to solve in this traffic Game. The goal is to get one of the cars out by moving the others forward or backward with the help of their ingenuity. It offers 40 challenges with four levels of difficulty to suit the smaller.

1. Dinosaurs – Mysterious islands

The goal is to save a kind of dinosaur, the green ones, the red ones, or what’s the same, the T-Rex. All this while students, from the age of five, create their own Jurassic World with different logic challenges and various pieces of the puzzle that must fit perfectly. It is useful for promoting strategic planning and visual perception.

1. Code Not.2. Rover Control

Suitable for students from the age of eight, this game is set on a space mission to Mars in which two Rovers have been sent, motorized vehicles capable of moving around the surface of the Red Planet. In this activity related to learning programming among primary school students, it is a matter of players correctly color the paths through which the vehicles pass and can reach their destination. A technique that teaches the mental skills needed to be learn the concept of color-coding.

1. Mathematical Logic Games

Puzzles are a type of game that promotes the development of logical capabilities. This proposal is somewhat unique because it is a recommended mathematical puzzle from the age of 14. The challenge? The board incorporates four wooden disks that have to be rotated to obtain the same sum in each segment.

1. Goula Tangram

Tangram is a top-rated Chinese table game that, in addition to working the reasoning capacity, is useful for children to acquire their first knowledge in a flat geometry. Also, ‘life-giving’ figures and forms stimulate your imagination. This particular model has 28 pieces and is recommended for ages 3 to

1. Smart Games IQ Fit

It helps to develop logic capacity and Space skills through its more than 100 challenges distributed at different levels.

1. Gravity Maze

This maze of marbles is driven by the law of gravity and tests the ability of reasoning and visual perception: they must think and observe the board calmly every time they move one of their translucent towers of colors so that the marble descends to its objective. In total, up to 60 challenges of varying difficulty are proposed.

1. Think Fun circuit labyrinth

From 8 years of age, this game becomes your first contact with electrical engineering, enhancing other skills such as problem-solving or the ability of concentration. On the board, 21 pieces have to be organized to create a circuit that illuminates the glowing beacons included.

1. Sudoku multicolor

Made of wood (board and chips), this child’s sudoku tests its logical reasoning and calculation ability so that no number appears twice in a row.

1. Code Master

Programming logic board games for you to experience your first contact with this area of knowledge and work (at the same time) your skills and capabilities for sequential reasoning and problem-solving. There is an avatar that moves through an imaginary world in search of crystals and to collect each of them-and reach the goal – you have to complete a series of actions and sequences.