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Classroom Blues

Submitted By: Angelviper19

Difficulty: easy

Ms. Jackson has been a third grade teacher for almost 10 years, so she knows how to handle disruptive students. This school year, she has three students who have been problems students all year long. One student talks non-stop during class, one throws paper airplanes all the time, and the third student falls asleep in class every day. With hopes to solve the problems, Ms. Jackson decided to separate the children so that they do not sit together. From the clues, determine each student’s full name, where they are being moved to in the classroom, and the reason he or she is trouble so often.



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Last Name
Problem
Seating
Clicks
1
2
3

 Pierce

 Williams

 Sharp

 Talking

 Sleeping

 Throwing

 Front Row

 Back Row

 Near Door

 First Name

 Gloria
 Michael
 Raymond

 Seating

 Front Row
 Back Row
 Near Door

 Problem

 Talking
 Sleeping
 Throwing

Clues:

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  1. The student being moved farthest from the front of the classroom gets in trouble for throwing airplanes.
  2. Mr. Williams taught his son how to build paper airplanes.
  3. Gloria has a hard time staying awake in class.
  4. Raymond Pierce is being moved closest to the door.
First Name Last Name Problem Seating
Gloria
Michael
Raymond


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