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Teaching kids how to think may sound strange, but it’s a necessary component to classrooms beginning at the early elementary level. Students need to learn how to think creatively, critically and logically. As adults, we do every one of those without realizing, but for children, thinking skills need to be developed.
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Evan-Moor offers a variety of critical and creating thinking activity books that help to cultivate thinking skills in students. Like reading and writing skills, thinking skills cross the curriculum and are an important life skill that takes students up the educational ladder and beyond.
Educators, parents and homeschoolers can choose from a selection of age-appropriate critical and creating thinking activity books. Evan-Moor offers critical and creative thinking resources for grades one through six. Critical and Creating Thinking Activities is available in both a print and e-book version. This fun, innovative title is a great choice for motivating children to think inside and outside the box. Each grade level is divided into themed units that can easily slip into main curriculum subjects such as science and social studies. The critical and creative thinking activities get students to use their thinking skills in a variety of ways. Use the lessons for whole or small group instruction as well as center work.
Skill Sharpeners: Critical Thinking is an excellent choice for parents hoping to reinforce thinking skills at home, whether it’s during the school year or break, as well as classroom teachers and homeschoolers. The critical thinking activity book is available for pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. Each full-color thinking activity book is divided into themes and contains more than 100 exercises to get kids thinking. Kids will learn how to analyze, solve, determine, infer, create and more as they work through puzzles, word problems, riddles and even drawings that cross the curriculum to language arts, math, science and social studies topics.
Albert Einstein said, “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing out thinking.” New inventions, innovations and designs all begin with a thought. With Evan-Moor’s critical and creative thinking resources, educators and parents are helping to nourish the next generation of thinkers. Now, where will they take us?