Saturday, June 2, 2012

BEST Critical Thinking Apps = GREAT “Brain” Workouts

With summer here, it’s a great time to sharpen those critical thinking and problem solving skills. This week, we are bringing you collections of apps that will help to do just that. These apps can be used at home now during the summer break or in the classroom once the fall semester begins.

These apps focus on increasing critical thinking and brain-building skills that can enhance classroom center time, individual instruction time or even serve to teach kids problem solving skills once they've finished their other work. In addition, when you improve brain "connectivity" and function, you improve all other cognitive skills---even one's reading ability and academic SUCCESS!

We hope you will find this list of apps to be most helpful for giving your brain a “tune-up” in the days ahead. At the same time, you will probably find them entertaining as well! Enjoy!

A collection of critical thinking apps---all in one place!

Think-O-Meter App---The Think-O-Meter app here will test your critical thinking skills.

A FREE critical thinking app: Idea Sketch app

Discovery Learning: Games Designed to Let You Fail---A collection of apps (some FREE, some for low cost)

For more information: Tools for struggling readers of all ages! Info & support for struggling readers

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