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Building Thinking Skills Student Book (Grades K-1)

Barker Creek and Lasting Lessons, Critical Thinking Co., Sandra Parks
Building Thinking Skills Student Book (Grades K-1)

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Building Thinking Skills provides highly effective verbal and nonverbal reasoning activities to improve child's vocabulary, reading, writing, math, logic, and figural-spatial skills, as well as their visual and auditory processing. This exceptional series provides a solid fo... Read More

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Item # 1563158

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Softcover Student Workbook
Item # 1563158



Building Thinking Skills provides highly effective verbal and nonverbal reasoning activities to improve child's vocabulary, reading, writing, math, logic, and figural-spatial skills, as well as their visual and auditory processing. This exceptional series provides a solid foundation for academic excellence and success on any assessment test.

Methods The activities are developmentally sequenced. Each skill (for example, classifying) is presented first in the semi-concrete figural-spatial form and then in the abstract verbal form. Children learn to analyze relationships between objects, between words, and between objects and words as they:

  • Observe, recognize, and describe characteristics.
  • Distinguish similarities and differences.
  • Identify and complete sequences, classifications, and analogies.

These processes help children develop superior thinking and communication skills that lead to deeper content learning in all subjects.
  • Store Only: Yes
  • Product type: Curriculum
  • Format: Softcover Student Workbook
  • UPC: 9780894558870
  • Height: 0

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