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Think-A-Grams A1
Think-A-Grams A1


 
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Ages: 9-12
Grade Levels: 4th-6th

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Think-A-Grams' popular picture puzzles bring together students' logical/objective (left-brain) and random/subjective (right-brain) thinking to sharpen their language and visual skills. Students analyze the way words are written (e.g. size, position, direction) to solve each puzzle using common idioms and words.

As students solve each puzzle, they'll improve:
Spatial and creative reasoning
Visual discrimination/visual memory
Word memory and word retrieval
Vocabulary size and usage

Best of all, they'll have a great time doing these fun puzzlers!

Answers are included. Grade level is based on vocabulary. Difficulty does not increase within the level.

Publisher's Information
Pages: 100
Binding: Paperback
Copyright: 1986
ISBN: 9780894553295
Publisher: The Critical Thinking Co
Size: 11.4" x 8.5"
Printed In: USA

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Think a grams, I think so! March 16, 2014
Reviewer: Tammy M.  
These are great brain challenges, fun for kids of all ages! I would recommend using them for kids in third grade or older as independent challenges!

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Challenges the supervisor! September 7, 2011
Reviewer: Pati from Havre, MT United States  
What fun we have had with Think-A-Grams A1 this past school year.  While having a beginning of school year interview with our homeschool supervisor, Think-A-Grams was one of the curriculum books I showed her we were using that year as part of our thinking skills curriculum.  I showed her the puzzle on the first page and she just got a blank look on her face.  I set it aside without discussion and went on with another topic.  What Fun it was when about an hour after she left for home I got a text message with her eureka.  She got it!  Her brain must have been working on it in the background.  Love how the two sides of the brain have to work together to solve these puzzles.

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