If you are about to teach your kids logics and are wondering where to start from, then this post is for you.
As we know, little kids don’t like lectures, they simply get bored when they hear monotonous speech. They learn best in a creative, hands-on environment where they can do things themselves. For this reason, try to shorten the time of your speech, but involve their senses in personalized and meaningful for them tasks.
As we discussed in our previous blog post, teaching kids critical thinking skills brings some considerable advantages. Kids may grow up into smart adults that view problems as tasks to solve. For many of us teaching logics, or critical thinking, sounds rather challenging. Indeed, where do we start with? In this blog post we are going to offer you some principles to put to the core of teaching in order to achieve the expected results.
Kids start learning things right from the moment they are born. In the first 6 years of their life they absorb a huge amount of information, first - through senses, then - through communicating with others. Hearing about something is one way of learning.
As we know, so many people – so many opinions. Each person your child talks to would tend to share their own thoughts and ideas.