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 a variety of activities to teach logic. (Read the clues and write down what Buster does on each day of the week listed. “Buster has a soccer game on Thursday. He has swim lessons 3 days before soccer…..”)
Of course, reason is also covered. (“Mom asked Jill to stir the soup so it would not burn. What does Jill need to get?)
The inclusion of creative illustrations greatly assists the learning process. The easy-to-use activities are sure to improve critical thinking skills.