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Title: More Mind Joggers: 102 Ready to Use Activities That Make Kids Think
Author: Susan S. Petreshene
Publisher: Center for Applied Research in
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MORE MIND JOGGERS! 102 READY-T0-USE ACTIVITIES THAT MAKE KIDS THINK For all K-6 teachers, here are over 100 exciting "quickie" activities to develop the thinking, reasoning, and memory skills of your elementary students and help them master both basic and advanced concepts in math, language, and writing. Each activity takes just 5 to 15 minutes and requires no prior preparation - all you need are simple materials such as paper and pencil or chalk and chalkboard. Simply open this valuable resource to find an appropriate activity in one of the four major subject and skill areas: THINKING AND REASONING Students develop their creative thinking and problem-solving skills with 25 activities that ask them to classify and categorize objects, make decisions for story characters faced with a dilemma, place events in logical sequence, create flowcharts, and find hidden analogies between words. MATH Here you get 36 activities such as "Magic 4," a mischievous math trick that gives students practice in addition, subtraction, and division. Other activities use games, memory challenges, and logic problems to teach such important concepts as estimation, decimals, computation, relationships and patterns, place value, odd/even, coordinates and graphs, money, and geometry. LANGUAGE AND WRITING 32 enjoyable word games, listening exercises, puzzles, add-on stories, and anagrams give students valuable practice in phonics, spelling, vocabulary, rhymes, compound words, and different parts of speech. For example, "Synonyms with Style" helps students stretch their vocabulary as they replace commonly used words with "stylish" synonyms.