# Solve these Easy Interactive Logic Grid Puzzles

WELCOME TO PUZZLES-ONLINE-NICHE

We hope you will enjoy solving these : Easy Interactive Logic Grid Puzzles

LOGIC GAME PLAY:

Below you will find some great fun playing these Medium interactive Logic Puzzles!

To get started just click on the topics below, and as always enjoy!

DETAILED INTERACTIVE SOLUTIONS PAGE ( click me )

NOTE: (Simply search for the title of the puzzle to find the corresponding solution)

Good Luck!

Help clues and interactive instructions

• Use the grid charts below attached to each game to plot your guesses.

• Click on each grid square to alternatively:
make a 'green' box for a square, or
click again to make a 'red xx' for eliminating a possible clue.
NOTE: A third click will clear a grid square.

• Use the 'RESET' Button to clear the entire grid chart and start a game over.

Interactivity within the "CLUE" section of each game gives you the ability to:

*Click on each separate clue and cross-out or line-through each clue.*
( Note: To clear a line-through simply click on the clue again!)

• Try it now click on the example below:

CLICK ME (Several times): I AM AN INTERACTIVE CLUE!

## EASY :

(Choose a game:)

PET SHOP 1 -INTERACTIVE

#### PET SHOP 1 -Show / Hide -

Last week four friends ( one was Susan) went to the pet shop looking for new pets. Each friend chose a different pet (one was a cat ). From the clues provided can you tell which person chose which pet?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

1.] Nobody chose a pet which started with the same first letter as their name.

2.] Bill already has a dog.

3.] Jen is afraid of snakes.

4.] Roger did not choose the snake.

5.] Neither Jen nor Susan like monkeys.

6.] Jen did not choose the cat.

#### PLAY GAME -Show / Hide -

AT THE PET SHOP

cat

dog

monkey

snake

bill

jen

roger

susan

Matter of Dolls-Interactive page

#### A MATTER OF DOLLS(show/hide)

Little Susie Smith has taken 3 of her favorite dolls ( one she named Ann ) to Grandma’s house.
Each of her dolls has a different color dress ( one is pink), and each doll has a special feature ( one sings) .
Using the clues below can you determine which dolly has which color dress and what her feature is?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

1. The doll named Ann is not wearing the pink or white dress.

2. Grandma's white dress matches the doll who talks, which is not named Mary.

3. The doll that sings is dressed in a pink outfit.

#### PLAY GAME open / close

A
MATTER
OF DOLLS
pink yellow white cries talks sings
Ann
Mary
Stacy
cries
talks
sings
BACKPACKS INTERACTIVE

#### A Matter of Backpacks:(show / hide)

Last week three CLASSMATES (one named SAM), all Lost their backpacks( one was colored green), sometime during the school day( one little boy lost his at lunch).
From the clues provided can you determine which boy had which color backpack and when he lost it?

#### CLUES:(show / hide)

Sam did not lose his back pack before lunch.

Sal's backpack which was not green, was lost during 3rd period.

Sean lost sight of his purple backpack during lunch.

#### PLAY GAME -open / close-

LOST
Backpacks
BLUE GREEN PURPLE 3RD
Period
LUNCH 5TH
Period
Sam
Sal
Sean
3rd period
LUNCH
5th period
PET SHOP DAYS:INTERACTIVE

#### PET SHOP DAYS -Show / Hide -

Last week four friends (one who was named Bill) went to shop looking for new pets. Each friend chose a different pet (one was a cat ).
From the clues provided can you tell which person chose which pet?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

1.] No one bought a pet that began with the first letter of their name.

2.] The woman who bought the snake is not Susan.

3.] Roger is allergic to cats.

4.] Bill did not purchase a dog or a cat.

#### PLAY GAME -Show / Hide -

AT THE PET SHOP

Cat

Dog

Monkey

Snake

Bill

Jen

Roger

Susan

PET SHOP DAYS 2:INTERACTIVE

#### PET SHOP DAYS 2 -Show / Hide -

Last week four friends (one who was named Bill) went to shop looking for new pets. Each friend chose a different pet (one was a cat ).
From the clues provided can you tell which person chose which pet?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

1.] One person bought a pet that began with the first letter of their name.

2.] Roger already has a pet monkey and did not buy another one.

3.] Bill bought a puppy after deciding not to purchase a cat.

#### PLAY GAME -Show / Hide -

AT THE PET SHOP

Cat

Dog

Monkey

Snake

Bill

Jen

Roger

Susan

AUTO REPAIR INTERACTIVE

#### AUTO REPAIR -Show / Hide -

Last night four people ( one of whom was named Jim ) went to the Auto shop for various reasons ( one had a flat tire), and saw a different mechanic ( one was named Willy). From the clues provided can you tell which person had which auto problem and what mechanic he or she saw?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide -

1.] Susan didn't have the oil change, nor did she see mechanic Willy.

2.] Roger who didn't have engine problems or a check up, saw neither Tom nor Sam.

3.] The woman who had the tire change saw either Tom or Adam.

4.] Jim who had a routine check-up didn't see Willy.

5.] Adam performed an oil change for one motorist, who is not Bill

AUTO
REPAIR

Tire

Engine

Check-
up

Oil

Sam

Tom

Willy

Bill

Jim

Roger

Susan

Sam

Tom

Willy

MY LITTLE PONIES

#### MY LITTLE PONIES-Show / Hide-

Last weekend three friends (one of whom was named Polly), took their ponies (one named Giggles ), to the pony show, where each of them won a prize (one was a winner). From the clues provided , can you puzzle out , which girl and which pony was the winner and which girls took the other prizes?

#### CLUES -Show / Hide-

1. Pam's pony was not named Sierra, the pony that did not win.

2. Giggles won the second prize (place).

3. Polly's pony was the winner.

4. Pam's pony finished ahead of penny's.

#### PLAY GAME -Show / Hide-

My
PONIES
win place show Giggles Patches Sierra
Pam
Penny
Polly
Giggles
Patches
Sierra
THREE-LEGGED RACE

#### THREE-LEGGED RACE - show / hide -

Last week six classmates (one who was named Stan),chose a partner, divided into teams of two, to participate in the Edison Elementary annual three-legged race. Ann, Mary, and Stan were all on separate teams, and finished in some order ( 1st, 2nd, or 3rd ).
From the clues below can you determine who paired with whom , and in what order they finished?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

1. All partners were mixed boy-girl.

2. Fred did not finish 1st, nor was Ann his partner.

3. Sally and her partner won.

4. Mary and her partner finished 2nd behind Stan and his partner.

#### Play Gsme - show / hide -

THE RACE 1 st 2 nd 3 rd Sally Martin Fred
Ann
Mary
Stan
Sally
Martin
Fred
INTERACTIVE ON PAGE-FLEA MARKET LOGIC GRID PUZZLE

#### FLEA MARKET(show/hide)

Five shop owners sell items at the local Flea Market (one item sold is ties).Last Saturday the five shopkeepers sold different amounts of items (one sold 7 items).
From the clues provided below can you determine which shopkeeper sold which item and how many of each item was sold?

#### CLUES:(show/hide)

Tom sold one-half as many items as Jane.

Bill sold more ties than at least 2 others.

Mary sold at least 3 times as many items as Kelly.

More figures were sold than animals, and more Belts (which was neither 12 or 18 in quantity) than ties, and less Dresses than Animals.

#### PLAY GAME - open / close -

FLEA MARKET

6

7

12

14

18

ties

belts

dresses

figures

animals

Bill

jane

Kelly

Mary

Tom

ties

belts

dresses

figures

animals

SNO-CONES :INTERACTIVE

#### SNO-CONES -show / hide -

Four children (including Val), bought different flavored sno-cones (one was candy flavored), and each had a different number of scoops (one had 3 scoops.)
From the clues below can you determine which child bought which flavored sno-cone and how many scoops each had?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

Valerie either had 5 vanilla scoops or 3 strawberry scoops.

Vance was not the one who had 4-candy flavored scoops.

Sue had one more scoop than did sam(who did not have the fewest scoops).

A boy chose the strawberry flavored sno-cone.

#### Play Game - show / hide -

sno-cones 2 3 4 5 Chocolat Vanilla S.berry Candy
Valerie
Sue
Sam
Vance
Chocolat
Vanilla
S.berry
Candy
At The Station:STATIC

#### AT THE STATION - show / hide -

Five Trains(one named Direct), arrive at the station on a different platform( A-E) at different times(one arrives at Train).
From the clues provided can you determine the name of the Trains, their assigned platforms and arrival times?

#### CLUES: - show / hide -

The earliest arrival is on platform C, but is not the Bullet, or the Express.

The Metro (not arriving at 8:15) arrives sometime after the Direct, which arrives before the Red-eye.

The Train that arrives on platform D, is at least 10 minutes later than the Train scheduled to arrive on platform B.

Red-eye (arriving before at least 3 other trains) is not scheduled to arrive on platform A.

Metro is scheduled for platform E( sometime after 801).

The Express(arriving on platform A), arrives before only one other Train.

#### Play Game - show / hide -

AT THE STATION Direct Metro Express Bullet Red-eye 800 801 805 810 815
A
B
C
D
E
800
801
805
810
815
BUNGLING BURGLARS:STATIC

#### BUNGLING BURGLARS - show / hide -

Five BUNGLING BURGLARS, (one of whom is named Shifty) , were caught attempting to break into several houses(one belonged to the Wilkes Family), on Mulberry Lane (one was at 833).
From the clues provided can you determine the name of the Bungling Burglar, the name of the household he attempted to burglarize and the families street address?

#### CLUES: - show / hide -

Neither the Jones' nor the Rogers' live at #920 Mulberry.

The Smiths live 19 house numbers from the Wilkes family home, (which Shifty was caught burglarizing).

The two closest homes involved belonged to the Bakers and the Rogers (in some order).

Lefty tried to break into a house that was 17 house numbers away from the Jones'.

Slappy was caught at 833 Mulberry (the Rogers' home).

The Smiths' house is at 920 Mulberry , which is 100 house numbers away from the house that Sharky broke into.

#### Play Game - show / hide -

BUNGLING BURGLARS Jones Smith Bakers Wilkes Rogers 820 833 837 901 920
Sticky
Lefty
Shifty
Slappy
Sharky
820
833
837
901
920
CANDY BARS :interactive

#### CANDY BARS -show / hide -

Four children (including Willa), sold a certain amount of candy bars ( one sold 13 ), at different locations ( one sold at the Park ).
From the clues provided can you determine which child sold how many candy bars and to whom they sold them ?

#### CLUES - show / hide -

The most candy bars were not sold at either the park or the church.

Willa sold either 12 or 15 candy bars.

Andy sold more candy bars at the park than at least one other person.

Lori sold more Candy bars than at least two others, but she did not sell hers at the Church.

Mark sold more candy bars than Willa sold to her neighbors, but less than Lori.

The child at the Park sold one less candy bar than the child at Church.

Candy-bars

12

13

14

15

Church

Park

Game

Neighbors

Andy

Lori

Mark

Willa

Church

Park

Game

Neighbors