Think Fun Shape Logic Board Game for Kids Age 8 and Up - Fun Gameplay Develops STEM Skills
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- WHAT YOU GET - Includes 20 pieces and 50 challenge cards, WHAT YOU GET learning game for grades 2-8.
- CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
- DEVELOPS CRITICAL SKILLS - Fun gameplay develops mathematical reasoning skills essential for a modern STEM education.
- COMES WITH MULTI-LEVEL CHALLENGES - Shape Logic comes with 50 beginner to expert challenges that become increasingly difficult as you play through them.
- AWARD WINNER - National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval, Learning Magazine Teachers' Choice for the Classroom Award.
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Shape Logic is a fun game that helps develop spatial, abstract and quantitative reasoning skills. To solve the puzzle challenges, stack green pieces on top of blue pieces, or vice versa, to create identical shapes. Through hands-on play, players build key skills, strategies and mathematical understandings, such as part-to-whole relationships. Shape Logic, as part of ThinkFun special collection of STEM games, encourages children to develop reasoning skills through fun, multi-level challenges. To be a successful STEM learner, students need to develop a mental mindset for growth. As explained in her book, Mindsets in the Classroom, Mary Cay Ricci implemented a Growth Mindset Project that inserted ThinkFun games into 53 classrooms. She writes: "These games, in partnership with growth mindsets lessons, showed unexpected results in just 7 months. Not only did the teachers report increased motivation and persistence, but the data showed growth in reasoning abilities All 6 schools averaged growth of 8 percentile points in analogical reasoning and 7 percentile points for quantitative reasoning.".
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