Teach problem solving! The 29 lessons in this unit are designed to help students turn abstract problems into graphic, semi-concrete formats. This ability is an important step in the development of effective problem-solving techniques. By creating a visual representation of the components of a problem, students can more easily perform necessary operations. They can also see the logic--or absence of logic--in their solutions. The sequential activities featured here will most certainly help young learners develop critical thinking skills.
Improve critical thinking skills and you're sure to improve reading comprehension, problem solving, writing skills and more! These step-by-step activities are carefully structured to give students the thinking and logic skills they need to master every area of learning. The delightful exercises challenge students to think using a variety of methods and is arranged sequentially to help learners develop critical thinking in easy-to-digest steps. A terrific way to give your students the tools they need for success in school as well as in their daily lives!
Reading Level 3-4 | Interest Level 2-6
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