MaryAnne says, “My kids really like these [Critical and Creative Thinking workbooks] – they picked them as one of the things they brought along when we traveled to Scotland last summer.” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.
Love says, “Here are 3 things I like the most about Critical and Creative Thinking 1: First, my daughter can pick any theme or topic she wants to work on, whether it is summer, holidays or animal activities. Second, I love how activities from this cook are engaging and they are not to long. Most of all this book teaching my child to practice creative and critical thinking.” Read the rest of her review at Munchkin Time.
Lisa says, “When Timberdoodle offered me the chance to review the Daily Geography Grade 4 and Critical & Creative 4 books from Evan-Moor, I jumped at the chance… I definitely love both of these books. We have morning work every day school day which is just a collection of workbook like materials to get our brain started. These two books fit perfectly into that slot.” Read the rest of her review at Farm Fresh Adventures.
Bekki says, “Towards the end of the school year, I found that we finished up several of our curriculums, but still had necessary hours to complete. I needed to find a meaningful and worthwhile activity to fill our time – and found Critical and Creative Thinking Activities. As a parent and teacher, I loved the way these workbooks focused on critical thinking, reasoning, and logic in a fun and engaging way. The best part? My kids loved the books too!!” Read the rest of her review at Chasing Supermom.
Alicia says, “I’m happy to say that I have found the most painless and effective (and fast) resource for my kids to do each morning in the summertime–something that works their brain muscles really hard but at the same time just feels like they’re doing a bunch of fun puzzles–it’sCritical and Creative Thinking Activities.” Read the rest of her review at Investing Love.
Amanda says, “I haven’t spent much concentrated teaching time on critical and creative thinking skills in elementary with my students- spending the majority of our time on the three Rs. When I stop to think about that approach, I realize that teaching those creative and critical thinking skills should be something I actively plan for every week, at every age! I’m glad to have found these [Critical & Creative Thinking Activities] books by Evan-Moor which will allow me to touch on those skills daily with fun yet challenging activities. The activities strive to teach children to infer, solve, reason, imagine, create, […]
Jennifer says, “These books come in six different levels, but we started with Level 5. I was impressed with the variety of activities included. They provided a nice mix — not all math, not all writing — but all lots of fun and definitely challenged you to think through your answers.” Read the rest of her review on The Flanders Family blog.
Over at The Relaxed Homeschool, they understand the importance of critical thinking, so they were happy to review Critical & Creative Thinking Activities Grade 1. If you have been thinking about picking up one of these books for yourself, or if you didn’t even know they were out there, but would first like to get someone’s perspective on it, be sure to click over to her blog to read her full thoughts on it. For now, here is just a little of how they felt about it. “These pages are really fun and get your kids to put on their thinking […]