Experts agree that when “thinking power” is improved, reading, comprehension, problem-solving, and writing abilities will follow suit.
The 26, highly visual lessons in this unit utilize word, image, and shape associations to make students aware of the similarities and differences between objects and word meanings. “See how the pictures are different. How many differences can you find?”)
Analogies are also covered. (“Bite is to Dog as Sting is to ___: Bee, Hurt, Bear.”)
The inclusion of creative illustrations greatly assists the learning process. The easy-to-use activities are sure to improve critical thinking skills.