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Analogy practice for young children. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Math Analogies Beginning—standards-based analogies that teach analogical and mathematical reasoning.
Number of Downloads: 4545  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Practice balancing the equations with these visual analogy sentences. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Math Analogies Book 1. Practice analogies teach children to break problems down into their component parts, making it easier to recognize familiar formats that enable students to produce solutions.
Number of Downloads: 3901  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Outlines Newton's principles, including friction, acceleration, momentum, and more. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Science Detective® A1. Work on standards-based science while developing reading and critical thinking skills.
Number of Downloads: 7014  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Read through the information to think about how to diagram food webs. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Science Detective® Beginning. Work on standards-based science while developing reading and critical thinking skills.
Number of Downloads: 7375  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Work your way through the information to map out the family tree. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Math Detective® Beginning. Work on standards-based math while developing reading, writing, and thinking skills.
Number of Downloads: 1808  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
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