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: What Doesn't Belong, Connections, A Sizable Matter, What Equipment Will We Need?, Favorite Flavors
- Comparing and Contrasting: Puzzling the Planets
- Analyzing: Curly Q's, The Cat Family, The Animal Club
- Evaluating: What Do You Need to Know?, A Long Time Ago Someone Said..., Who Is Right?
- Observing: Lucky Shoes, My Coat
- Ordering: The Most Important Things
- Problem Solving: Treasure Map, Decisions, It's Your Choice, Pulley Puzzle
- Fluency: Talented Toothpicks, You Scream! I Scream!
- Flexibility: Toothbrush Transformations, What Could It Be?, The Penny Grid
- Original Ideas: Combine and Create
- Problem Solving: A Flat Problem
- Mental Imagery: Who's in the Spotlight?, Mother's Plate
- Analogies: Exploring Analogies, More Analogies
- Deductive Reasoning: Smith Street, Silly Syllogisms, Who Ate the Cookies in the Cookie Jar?, Where Is Burton?, Let's Go Ice-Skating, Backyard Projects, At the Amusement Park, Off to Camp!
- Patterning: What's the Pattern?, What's Next?
- Comparing and Contrasting: You Be Day, I'll Be Night
- Generalizing: Long Ago, Does It Make Sense?
- Problem Solving: Look Again!