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Simple Techniques To Encourage Thinking Skills in the Young

Kathryn L. Stout, B.S.Ed., M.Ed.
Published: January 1998
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Here are a few simple ways to encourage the development of problem solving skills in children from ages 4 to 8.

Teach children to recognize parts of a whole:

Teach Problem-Solving:

These are all enjoyable and easy activities that have a lasting benefit. The earlier we encourage thinking in our children, the more they will want to think. A thirteen-year-old recently complained about the switch from public to home school—"I have to think!" The response of the home schooled child was —"Yes, and you'll learn to love it!"

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