Jennifer says, “When we first started our homeschooling journey over a quarter-century ago, one of the staples of our school day was doing critical thinking exercises. I eventually built a huge library of books by Critical Thinking Press, but the title we started out with way back when was the very first book in their Building Thinking Skills series… The books use both figural and verbal problems to develop four important analytical skills: recognizing similarities/differences, completing sequences, developing classification skills, and understanding analogies. The further you go in the series, the more detailed and complex the exercises become. I can’t […]
Meg says, “Preschool is a time of snuggles, exploration, making messes…it’s also a critical time for building thinking skills. Help your children develop those skills with the Building Thinking Skills Beginning Preschool Workbook from Critical Thinking Press.” Read the rest of her review at Homeschool Gameschool.
Heather says, “In general, I’m not a huge fan of workbooks within our homeschool as I do lean towards more of a Charlotte Mason teaching style. However, my youngest learner absolutely THRIVES on workbooks and being able to check items off her daily to do list so these two books [Building Thinking Skills Level 2 and Word Roots] are perfect supplemental materials for her homeschool days.” Read the rest of her review at Timeless and Treasured.