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More Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children
The exercises in this book are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in young children through a variety of math concepts. Many of the lessons are pictorial so that they can be completed by pre-literate children. However, the exercises cover a range of challenge levels so that children of all ability levels can enjoy working to achieve success, developing valuable thinking skills in the process.
The exercises in this book are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in young children through a variety of math concepts. These concepts include number signs, counting, addition, subtraction, fractions, decimals, graphs, geometry, volume, and more, as well as number concepts that are involved in such topics as time and money. The exercises involve organizing information, sequencing, pattern decoding, understanding relationships, inferring, solving analogies, and deducing. Many of the lessons are pictorial so that they can be completed by children who have not yet learned how to read. However, there is a range of challenge levels in the book so that children who are strong readers or who are advanced intellectually will also find exercises that engage them and require them to put on their thinking caps.
For additional exercises, see the first volume of this series, Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children (see below).
This book also comes in a version that is printed with a special dyslexia-friendly font that is easier for some children to read. (See below.)