# Logical thinking improvement Worksheets for Kids

Logical thinking improvement worksheets are designed to enhance critical thinking skills and boost problem-solving abilities. By engaging in exercises that require reasoning and deduction, individuals can sharpen their logical thinking skills to make more informed decisions and navigate complex situations more effectively.

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## Tree Graph Worksheet

Help your child/students learn to read graphs and report data. With this colorful worksheet, the different types of trees in a school's garden are listed in a bar graph. Guide them through viewing it and answering the questions. To extend the lesson, have them create a tree graph to list the trees at their own school or home.
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## How Knights Move Worksheet

Get your kids to tell you how a knight moves in chess. If they need help, explain that a knight moves in an «L» pattern - two squares on the file/rank, one square aside. It may also jump over other pieces, as long as the landing square is unoccupied. Have them mark the squares where the knight can move in the exercise.
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## Urban Communities Printable

(80 words) Explore the differences of urban, suburban and rural communities with this worksheet! Introduce your child to city life and help them understand the common attributes of different communities. Open their eyes to the world around them and let them discover life beyond their own. Make them aware of what life is like in different communities and let them experience it from the comfort of their own home.
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## Two Rook Mate Practice Worksheet

Chess is all about checkmating your opponent. This free Two Rook Mate practice worksheet is a fun way for your mini strategist to do just that. They can draw a line showing their move then pick the correct notation for the mate! A great way for them to practice fine motor skills, too.
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## Castling: Protecting the King Worksheet

Castle your king with the rook to get into a safer position! Write 0-0 for a two-square move, or 0-0-0 for a three-square move. Look at the worksheet with your child; on the first chessboard, the king has moved two squares and the rook is beside it. On the second, the rook has jumped over the king. Let your child use their castling knowledge to answer the questions in the easy pdf.
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