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We have tracked down a couple of copies of these Out of Print Books. They are not in perfect condition. The covers show sign of storage wear, creases / fold marks. The age 5-7 book also has a 1cm tear.
They are still in a very good usable condition though. Please see below to purchase.
OUT OF PRINT
Title: Thinking Skills: Daily Brainteasers Ages 7-9
Author: Pippa Harris-Burland and Mike Fleetham
Publisher: Scholastic 2006
Format: Paperback, A4 Size, 64 Pages
Daily Brainteasers provides stimulating activities that can be used to start the day, provide a change of pace, or at other times when you want to get children thinking. Each simple problem is quick to read and easy to apply - ready to be written out on the board or presented to your class. The book is organised to reflect four different learning styles and cover five different thinking skills:
The ready-made and easy-to-use problems encourage the development of creative and independent learners and enable you to address different pupils' learning styles:
Visual Learning Brainteasers
Auditory Learning Brainteasers
Tactile Learning Brainteasers
Kinaesthetic Learning Brainteasers
" How is it Organised? "
Children learn in many different ways and may have a preferred style. The activities have been grouped into four chapters; Visual, Auditory, Tactile & Kinaesthetic.
"What does each Brainteaser contain? "
Thinking Skill: Each brainteaser details the thinking skill to be developed.
Subject Link: It details the subject link - many of the brainteasers are activities that complement objectives in published curricula.
Learning Link: Each brainteaser states if there is a link to another learning style.
Organisation: Each brainteaser gives suggestions for organisation. Many of the ideas can be adapted for different situations.
Resources: A list of resources is given and some refer to useful websites.
What to do: Instructions for carrying out the brainteasers are given. Where possible these have been directed at the children themselves.
Now try this: Extension activities.
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