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Download 10 Critical Thinking Card Games: Easy-to-Play, Reproducible Card and Board Games That Boost Kids’ Critical Thinking Skills—and Help Them Succeed on Tests epub

by Elaine Richard




Develop students’ critical thinking and reasoning skills to help them become better readers. These fun and easy-to-play games give kids practice in categorizing and analyzing information, making inferences, distinguishing between fact and opinion, drawing conclusions, and more. A great way to get students ready for the standardized tests!
Download 10 Critical Thinking Card Games: Easy-to-Play, Reproducible Card and Board Games That Boost Kids’ Critical Thinking Skills—and Help Them Succeed on Tests epub
ISBN: 0439665426
ISBN13: 978-0439665421
Category: Education
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Author: Elaine Richard
Language: English
Publisher: Teaching Resources (August 1, 2005)
Pages: 64 pages
ePUB size: 1437 kb
FB2 size: 1239 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 463
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Nilabor
My students love the games. Challenging and fun.
Inth
I use this to tutor students at school. They love the activities!
Grosho
I love the critical thinking questions. I can see using it for adults with some adjustments. Helped to with critical thing questions. this will help me with counseling children.
GAMER
The idea of the games and activities is great! However, you have to make copies in order to not destroy instructions for another game. It stinks for someone using at home.
Delaath
love it for tutoring classes
Whitegrove
Bought this for my 10 year old who struggles to think of a quick answer. I thought this might help her but it really isn't geared toward helping just one person. More like a classroom activity.
Yannara
The activities within this book provide excellent resources for students of all ages who need to be engaged in organic opportunities to build critical thinking skills.
The games are ostensibly nice, but ultimately limited. My GATE son (and this is for his age group) found the jokes and problems far too childish. Condescending... as usual, anything meant to be used by children is cartoony and fluffy, and some kids need more than cute.