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Everyone understands and encourages long hours of practice for
sports, music, and many other endeavors. Logic should be no
different. ... read more.
There are two different types of group puzzles books available,
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When and how can teachers use Group Puzzles in structured lesson plans?
Rarely, if ever. Group puzzles provide a readily available source of self-directed
educational activity that can be used at any time between other activities. ... read more.
Why are so many of the daily puzzles so simple?
The quick answer is "to support education." The
complete answer is more complex. ... read more.
What Exactly are Group Puzzles?
The short answer is that group puzzles are a generalization
of sudoku puzzles, just as Sudoku puzzles are a generalization
of latin squares. The long answer requires a brief history
of sudoku puzzles. ... read more.
Help with those 'Simple Rules.'
The instructions for a traditional Sudoku puzzles are simple:
Place all of the elements 1 through 9 exactly once in each
row, column, and 3x3 square. The beauty, as well as the challenge, of all types of group logic puzzles like Sudoku is the minimalist nature of these rules. ... read more.
Puzzle Difficulty Levels Explained.
Puzzle difficulty is ranked using the number of deductive
steps required to solve the puzzle. Each deductive step
consists of one or more logically independent deductions of empty
cell values. ... read more.
Naming New Puzzle Types.
The name of a puzzle should describe its most important
characteristics, ... read more.
Complete Compendium of Group Puzzle Types.
of group puzzle types contains all currently
defined puzzle types, grouped by size, and all signature puzzle
types, listed alphabetically. ... read more.
What's Free and What's Not
The goal is to encourage logic education and practice. This
is accomplished primarily through the free daily puzzles and
permitting teachers to copy and use puzzles from books in
their classes, hassle-free and free of charge.
This effort is supported by selling group puzzle books
to the general public. The information below is intended to
clarify the details of this goal. ... read more.
The Group Puzzles Publishing Co.
The Group Puzzles Publishing Company is a new
education-oriented technology-driven publishing company. The
company brings together under one roof, teaching experience
that spans pre-school to college, decades of computer
programming experience, and detailed knowledge of a wide
range of existing publication software in order to provide
teachers with effective educational materials at
unprecedented prices. Like many newer ... read more.