bambinoLUK Critical Thinking Pack 1
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bambinoLUK Critical Thinking Pack 1
To be used with bambinoLUK Controller, bambinoLUK Critical Thinking Pack 1 includes:
Critical thinking is a process consisting of analysis and evaluation in order to solve problems and to make decisions. Exercises in these workbooks nurture young children's essential abilities to sort, associate, interrelate, combine, and sequence.
There are thirty-three puzzles with a total of 396 illustrations and 198 exercises, in this three-workbook set!
More About the LUK Learning System:
Hands-On Thinking Skills Program
Young children are almost always hands-on learners. That is why your child picks up and touches everything. It may look destructive, but it is how God has programmed him to learn. And because at this age your child will learn more easily using this preferred learning style, we recommend adding a hands-on thinking program to any written curriculum, to add balance and success.
Comprehensive Program for Ages 3-5
For this age group, the most comprehensive program is the bambinoLUK. The LUK learning system has been used in over fifty countries for more than forty years. Intended to maximize children's learning, bambinoLUK contains one easy-to-operate controller with six tiles housed in a transparent case, and a number of different workbook sets targeting memorization, concentration, visual perception, logical thinking, linguistic skills, and basic arithmetic.
The six large and sturdy tiles have a familiar picture symbol on one side and a colorful dotted pattern on the back. The decision to use symbols instead of numbers allows even very young children to play. When your child finishes the exercises in one of the books, he closes the lid and flips the controller. The colorful dotted pattern on the back will let him know if his answers were right.
Also Builds Fine Motor Skills
Because this program requires the repeated handling of tiles, your child's fine motor skills are strengthened and his eye-hand and brain coordination are greatly enhanced. For ages three to five, produced by a secular company, so some of the pages may not be suitable for your children.
Set for Ages 2-5 and Special Needs
In bambinoLUK Primary Set, formerly known as Special bambinoLUK, the pace is even gentler than the classic bambinoLUK, allowing both toddlers and older children with special needs immediate success.
Author: Michael Junga
Publisher: BEYOND 123 LLC
Awards and Endorsements:
iParenting Media Award Winner 2007
Winner of The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval 2006
As Seen In Timberdoodle's 2009 Video Contest, Entry 23
My four year daughter can do these lessons on her own with minimal supervision. She gets excited when she flips the board over and sees that it matched up. It is a great go to when I’m working and can’t give her my full on attention. It fosters some independence since she can grab it, set it up, find the next page to do and begin it all on her own. Love this product!
We LOVE bambinoLuk. Every product is great!
We adore the bambinoluk, so we were thrilled to have new book’s to use with it! These are great.
I think the ages for this pack needs to be a 4-5 year old pack. Unless you have a very calm and studious 3 year old they are going to be frustrated and confused by this activity. I love that it is hands on- but the pictures on the tiles are really confusing. I think my son would have done better if they were numbers or even letters. The pictures for him confuse and frustrate as he tries to match the picture of the tile to the bottom sheet if there is a relation like to a house, car, or flower. We have this put up and hopefully we will have better luck in another 6 months.
This set is a middle of the road set, when it comes to difficulty. It is a good bridge from the easier ones to the harder sets. They get to match things like a child wearing glasses with the glasses, a quantity of items with a dice of the same number, a picture of animals with a drawing of the animal, people with the shoes that match their outfit, a shoe with its foot print. There are also some puzzles with the pieces scrambles, so they have to figure out witch square represents each part of the picture. THis is also one of my favorite sets.