## Logic-Math Exercises for Children

The Logic-Math books are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in children through exercises involving math concepts. Some of these concepts are customarily introduced to this age group; others are typically reserved for older children. However, their introduction in these books is done in a fun and age-appropriate manner. These concepts include number signs, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, 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, all presented in a format designed to appeal to young children. The first two books in the series are for students in grades K-2. Many of the lessons are pictorial, with simple instructions that can be read to pre-literate children. The third book takes the series to a more advanced level and is for children in grades 3-4. All of the books include exercises in a range of challenge levels that will enable children to experience both success and the struggle that makes success more satisfying. Children of all ability levels will enjoy the challenges in these books and will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

The Logic-Math books are designed to develop critical-thinking skills in children through exercises involving math concepts. Some of these concepts are customarily introduced to this age group; others are typically reserved for older children. However, their introduction in these books is done in a fun and age-appropriate manner. These concepts include number signs, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, 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, all presented in a format designed to appeal to young children. The first two books in the series are for students in grades K-2. Many of the lessons are pictorial, with simple instructions that can be read to pre-literate children. The third book takes the series to a more advanced level and is for children in grades 3-4. All of the books include exercises in a range of challenge levels that will enable children to experience both success and the struggle that makes success more satisfying. Children of all ability levels will enjoy the challenges in these books and will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

## Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children

Author: Risby, Bonnie; Risby II, Robert K.

Subjects: Mathematics; Logic/Reasoning Skills

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8

ISBN: 978-088092-854-0

Order code: 8540

Price: \$20.00
Website price: \$13.00

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 second volume of this series, More Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

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 second volume of this series, More Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

## More Logic-Math Exercises for Young Children

Author: Risby, Bonnie; Risby II, Robert K.

Subjects: Mathematics; Logic/Reasoning Skills

Age: 5, 6, 7, 8

ISBN: 978-088092-853-3

Order code: 8533

Price: \$20.00
Website price: \$13.00

This is the second volume of a two-volume series of logic puzzles for young children that are designed to develop critical-thinking skills 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.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

This is the second volume of a two-volume series of logic puzzles for young children that are designed to develop critical-thinking skills 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.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

## Logic-Math Exercises for Elementary-Age Children

Author: Risby, Bonnie; Risby II, Robert K.

Subjects: Mathematics; Logic/Reasoning Skills

Age: 8, 9, 10

Pages: 132

ISBN: 978-088092-760-4

Order code: 7604

Price: \$20.00
Website price: \$13.00

Logic-Math Exercises for Elementary-Age Children brings the Logic-Math series to more advanced level, with exercises designed for children in grades 3-4. The math concepts in this book include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, graphs, geometry, volume, money, time, and more, all as a means of mastering critical-thinking skills rather than as computational challenges.

The exercises encompass a variety of formats and topics, many of which include pictorial elements for those children who are visual learners. Some of the lessons require basic computation, others require little more than an attention to organization and the process of elimination, and still others offer a level of challenge that will require children to conduct basic research to discover the answers. Children who practice thinking logically and critically through exercises like these will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

Logic-Math Exercises for Elementary-Age Children brings the Logic-Math series to more advanced level, with exercises designed for children in grades 3-4. The math concepts in this book include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percent, graphs, geometry, volume, money, time, and more, all as a means of mastering critical-thinking skills rather than as computational challenges.

The exercises encompass a variety of formats and topics, many of which include pictorial elements for those children who are visual learners. Some of the lessons require basic computation, others require little more than an attention to organization and the process of elimination, and still others offer a level of challenge that will require children to conduct basic research to discover the answers. Children who practice thinking logically and critically through exercises like these will soon be applying their critical-thinking skills to other areas of learning and life.

This book also comes in a version that is printed in a special dyslexia-friendly font that may make it easier for some children with visual processing problems to read. Click here for that version.

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