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Read the true story and make an inferences based on the evidence in the story. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Daily Mind Builders™—practice synthesizing disparate information and use the result to produce a reasonable conclusion.
Number of Downloads: 37371  | Created on: 03/09/2010 hot icon
Based on the key, which equations are balanced? From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Balance Benders™ Level 1—develop deductive thinking and pre-algebra skills to solve balance puzzles.
Number of Downloads: 14013  | Created on: 03/09/2010 hot icon
Read the paragraph, make inferences about the story, and decipher new vocabulary words. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Daily Mind Builders™—practice synthesizing disparate information and use the result to produce a reasonable conclusion.
Number of Downloads: 18894  | Created on: 03/09/2010 hot icon
Identify the elements in each word by circling roots and underlining prefixes and suffixes. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Word Roots B1—helps teach students the meanings of Latin and Greek prefixes, roots, and suffixes commonly used in English.
Number of Downloads: 3997  | Created on: 03/09/2010 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: 7049  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
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