Help your students become 21st-century problem solvers by introducing them to a broad range of critical-, creative-, and logical-thinking skills!
Interactive and reproducible activities motivate students as they practice thinking skills:
- Sorting, Classifying: Sorting the Groceries, How Will You Group Them?, Striped Things, Square Things, Puppies, Puppies, Puppies, Which Wheels for You?
- Comparing and Contrasting: Find the Twins, What's the Difference? A Rag Doll and a Puppy, A Riddle
- Analyzing: K-9s
- Observing: What Will Happen?, Using Your Five Senses, An Apple
- Ordering: Largest to Smallest, How Did It Happen?
- Fluency: Just a Pencil, Melt It!, More Than One Way, New Possibilities
- Flexibility: Beautiful Bouquets, Change the Order
- Divergent Thinking: The Spoon, Minus the Wolf
- Problem Solving: Pretzel Squares
- Original Ideas: A New Dessert
- Mental Imagery: A Side View, A Bird's Eye View, Finish the Puzzle, Two Rows of Four, Imagine It Punched
- Analogies: What's the Relationship?, Make Your Own Analogies
- Deductive Reasoning: Find the Pet Owners, Piano Lessons, Where Do They Sit?, Heat It Up
- Patterning: What Comes Next?, Giving Patterns a Code, How Many Patterns?, Make a Pattern, How Many Legs?
- Generalizing: A-1 Hairstyles, Twinkles
- Problem Solving: Look Again!