Logical thinking is the act of analyzing a situation and coming up with a sensible solution. One of the best ways to strengthen logical thinking skills is to ask questions about things. Regularly asking questions helps your kids to view situations more completely, allowing them to approach problems at work more logically and creatively. Developing reasoning skills in toddlers is crucial to a child’s early learning. The better kids learn to reason, the better they’ll be able to apply critical thinking when necessary. There are many things teachers can do to develop this important skill.
Odd One Out activities help develop observation and discussion skills. This activity helps kid to visual discriminate the objects and circle the odd one from each. Teachers can encourage and guide the kids to circle the odd one out in each set. Kids will have fun in practicing this worksheet. It should create a joyful learning environment.
Children’s worlds are filled with animals, both living and represented (in pictures, stories, characters and toys). This makes animals a popular play theme for toddlers. Ask your toddler to match animals. Talk about the size, colour and body parts on toy animals. This all helps to build the language and concepts your toddler will need for maths and science.
Activities that incorporate a child’s touch and movement are beneficial because they learn by feeling different objects, especially young learners. The act of touching stimulates sensors within muscles and joints, sending messages back and forth from the skin to the brain. Essentially, each time your child touches something, the brain receives a message and makes a decision.