miniLUK Advance Higher Order Thinking Pack 1
To be used with miniLUK Controller, miniLUK Advance Higher Order Thinking Pack 1 includes:
Designed to develop important brain functions, these workbooks enhance the children's overall learning abilities and higher order thinking skills. Through constant repetition, the brain can process more complex tasks. Visual perception, observation of details, logical thinking and reasoning, abstract thinking skills are all presented in these comprehensive exercises.
There are 24 puzzles with a total of 288 challenging exercises in this 3-workbook set!
More About the LUK Learning System:
miniLUK Brain Training
The miniLUK Brain Training series is similar to the Bambino Luk but is designed for an older child. Its controller board has twelve tiles in a high-quality plastic case with a transparent lid. These tiles are numbered from "1" to "12" and the activities are much more challenging. When children finish each exercise, they can check to see if the unique symmetric pattern on the back of the controller matches the one on the page.
Thinking Skills For Ages 6-8
The miniLUK Brain Training collections include workbook sets covering memorization, concentration, visual perception, logical thinking, linguistic skills, and basic arithmetic. For ages six to eight; produced by a secular company so some of the pages may not be suitable for your children.
The miniLUK Advanced Brain Challenger features complex brain challenges in a variety of workbooks. This series focuses on visual perception ability, higher order thinking skills, and spatial relationships. All exercises begin easy but steadily climb from basic to more advanced and grueling, which is just what this age group is looking for.
Please note: The miniLUK Starter Pack is required but not included in this set.
Reinforces the following early childhood developmental skills:
Author: Michael Junga
Publisher: BEYOND 123 LLC
Winner of Dr. Toy Smart Best Picks New Products Award 2008
2008 Parents' Choice Silver Award
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