Building Thinking Skills Beginning
Building Thinking Skills
Start here with Building Thinking Skills Beginning. Happy, colorful illustrations make this a highly attractive program for any young child. The variety of delightful exercises ensures that this terrific book will give your child a solid foundation for academic excellence.
Recommended for age three, but we know many two-year-olds who would thrive on Building Thinking Skills Beginning. We suggest that you follow this book with Building Thinking Skills Beginning 2.
Answers are located in the back of this book.
Author: Michael O. Baker, Stephanie Stevens
Full Color: Yes
Publisher's Recommended Age Range: 3-4 years
Publisher: The Critical Thinking Co
Printed In: Malaysia
Awards and Endorsements:
The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal for Excellence
Parent Tested, Parent Approved Winner's Seal
Mensa Recommended Materials for the Gifted
iParenting Media Award
Parent Tested, Parent Approved (PTPA) Seal of Approval
Cathy Duffy 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum
Dr. Toy 10 Best Software
Creative Child Magazine Seal of Excellence Award
Learning® Magazine Teacher's Choice Award
iParenting Media Excellent Products
Cathy Duffy Top 100 Award
Dr. Toy 100 Best Children's Products
Learning® Magazine Recommended Resource for Successful Teaching
The Well-Trained Mind Recommended Resource for Logic and Critical Thinking
2014 Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards™ - 3rd Place, Logic Category
Practical Homeschooling Magazine 2nd Place Reader Award
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine 1st Place 2012 Excellence in Education Award
review by Homeschool Gameschool
”Activities are brightly colored, organized, and sequenced in small sections that are perfect for young minds. Preschoolers aren’t designed to sit still and do written work, and with this book they aren’t expected to.”Read the Review
review by Quad Squad
”Preschoolers ages 3-4 will enjoy this book and the hours of activities it provides. Great for homeschool or early learning activities. Skills include colors, shapes, sequence, measurement, problem solving, logic, and much more.”Watch the Video Review
This book goes through shapes and colors and simple logic. The logic is a bit hard for 2 year olds, in my experience, but they like the shapes and colors parts. Once they hit 3 they are much better at it. This book has pictures of cookies in it which is always exciting.
The concepts introduced in this book are really great! They are essential for starting to build very important critical thinking skills!
My son loves these workbooks! The colors, the way its laid out. It’s very engaging and my son who’s not quite 4 is flying through this one!
We have enjoyed this book for my preschooler. She prefers the Gakken workbooks over this, but this is still a great supplement and gives me a guide for concepts I should be teaching her.
This book coincides perfectly with the weeks materials if followed by Timberdoodles schedule. Gets exhausting not because of content but because of the colors used on the pages.