By Lemi-Ola Erinkitola
The Green Book-Critical Thinking with Math Patterns, Codes and Problem Solving – Inside this book are puzzles, patterns and out of the box child-friendly exercises and questions that promote STEM activities including number sense, math reasoning, problem solving, spatial thinking, logical reasoning and critical thinking skills in the classroom or at home. Includes, a series of fun, engaging and challenging math questions on arithmetic, geometry and measurements, patterns and algebraic thinking. The workbook has over 300 practice questions, for young mathematical minds.
WHAT THIS BOOK HAS TO OFFER
This book is used in conjunction with the Critical Thinking Boot Camp for Kids. The exercises in this workbook are intended to be a collaborative effort between adult and child. The practice questions in this workbook can make learning natural, fun and empowering for children!
Kindergarten - Early Elementary (ages 6-8)
Thinking outside the box with simple but unexpected algebraic questions keep kids (and adults) on their toes.
Even numbers have words. Understanding math vocabulary commonly used in word problem builds literacy skills
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POWER UP THE BRAIN
No answer key is provided in this book. But no worries, this math is 100% fun and figureoutable. It's time to let children think and learn from smart mistakes without rushing to the back of the book for answers.
A Word From The Author
I'm on a mission! I love using fun teaching strategies and puzzles that motivate children to think and learn with confidence. I want to prepare children for future careers in STEM/STEAM and Cybersecurity. That’s what this book is about. This book is an example of the exact questions I ask gifted and talented students attending my "brain training bootcamp.”