Deductive reasoning is the process of comprehending a set of given information, and organizing that information to reach logically-certain conclusions. In other words, deductive reasoning means using ... Learn More
According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking. When you’re being analytical, attentive, objective and rational, you’re... Learn More
May is “Get caught reading month,” a nationwide campaign to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read!
“Because of research indicating that early language experience actually s... Learn More
Most people who know me know that I'm kind of a big kid, so it's not surprising that I had to restrain myself from grabbing a red pen and circling about 20 items in my latest MindWare catalog. What'... Learn More
I've always been a big reader. When I was in elementary school, I would rush through my assignments so that I could grab a book out of the big bin at the front of the classroom, and I drove my paren... Learn More
If you're like me, with a 10-year old who's going on 15 and thinks he's outgrown all of those "silly kid games," you'll appreciate this story. I was recently introduced to the most incredible dot-to... Learn More
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