The workbook contains exercises that improve children’s cognitive abilities, memory, attention, problem-solving skills, and logical thinking. Students learn to work with 3D shapes, draw symmetric shapes, solve Japanese crosswords, and find and continue analogies.

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Logic Problems (ages 11-14). Part-2

This workbook is a unique blend of middle-school logic puzzles and engaging activities. We recognize that children may not always be thrilled about math problems, but they relish the challenge of puzzles, brain teasers, mazes, and more. By fusing these activities, we’ve crafted a resource that’s both educational and enjoyable, and we’re thrilled to introduce it to you!

The workbook includes puzzles and problems that help improve logical, analytical, and abstract thinking.

With our workbook, students master the ability to visualize, rotate, and transform 2D and 3D shapes, boosting their spatial intelligence. This skill is beneficial in geometry and everyday tasks like packing a suitcase or interpreting maps.

Spatial intelligence, or visuo-spatial ability, has been defined as “the ability to generate, retain, retrieve, and transform well-structured visual images” (Lohman 1996). It’s what we do when we visualize shapes in our “mind’s eye.”

Children also solve Einstein’s riddles, jigsaw puzzles, and sudoku, improving their cognitive skills.

The workbook includes a comprehensive range of middle-school logic puzzles and problems, like:

  • jigsaw puzzles
  • analogy puzzles
  • sudoku
  • Japanese crosswords
  • word search puzzles
  • writing with both hands
  • Einstein’s riddles
  • drawing on a coordinate plane
  • rotation of 2D and 3D shapes
  • reflection of shapes over a point or a line
  • division of shapes into equal parts

This variety ensures a comprehensive approach to skill development, instilling confidence in its effectiveness.

The workbook contains many funny pictures and exciting tasks that create positive motivation for learning and actively develop children’s logic, memory, attention, and intelligence.

The material consists of 12 lessons (63 pages).

By using our materials, children develop essential skills such as:

  • Mental counting while solving math problems
  • Photographic memory and spatial orientation
  • Logical, critical, and analytical thinking
  • The ability to concentrate and focus attention
  • Belief in their ability to solve problems, leading to greater self-esteem and improved focus on the result
  • Increased artistic potential and creative thinking

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