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Look for factual errors in the paragraph. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Editor in Chief® A1. Practice editing for better writing skills.
Number of Downloads: 1606  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Identify which object doesn't belong and explain your reasoning. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Mathematical Reasoning® Level B. Written to the standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Number of Downloads: 1873  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Work through the word problem to figure out the names of the animals. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Mind Benders® A1—develops reading comprehension, logic, and problem solving skills.
Number of Downloads: 2033  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Practice identifying colors and animals with this matching game. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Mathematical Reasoning® Beginning 1. Written to the standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Number of Downloads: 2240  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Practice identifying colors with this color game. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Building Thinking Skills® Beginning—help develop analysis skills for reading, writing, and math readiness.
Number of Downloads: 870  | Created on: 03/08/2010

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