Children need to be prepared long before they reach the age when critical reading and writing skills are properly assessed.
To this end, we’ve developed four fun activities that will help you teach critical thinking skills to primary school-aged children—because they are never too young to start!
Activity 3: Tackle tough tasks together Set the class a difficult task, such as deciding what their class motto or mascot will be, then narrow down this tough task by working together to create many resolutions.
Following these steps will help keep your students learning: If you follow these guidelines you will be working through problems at an unbeatable pace!
Provide them with picture cards which match their word or phrase and let them use those.
Add a double layer of fun by letting them find their own picture cards from a small selection—if they choose incorrectly, they will only learn more!
It is easy to find a variety of free critical thinking worksheets and activities online.
Activities like these are sure to excite the little ones and teach them important reasoning and thinking skills at the same time!
Our critical thinking exercises for kids are fun and stimulate thought.
They can serve as a valuable resource for homeschooling parents as well as teachers who are looking to engage the little ones with productive activities.