We provide a platform for kids to participate in our Friday contests ranging from talent show to math leagues and public speaking.
We are also providing music, dance and yoga class for kids to relax and calm down after a busy day!
They learn through imaginative play and language, but can't truly understand the perspectives or motivations of others.
Critical thinking questions for preschoolers and kindergarteners should focus on comparisons and reasoning.
In today’s technological and rapidly changing world, children need to be able to assimilate data and demonstrate critical thinking skills versus repeating a list of facts from memorization.
Kids need to be critical thinkers who can make sense of information, analyze, compare, contrast, make inferences, and demonstrate higher order thinking skills.At SMARTS Club we are trying our best to provide an environment and activities which would develop critical thinking and leadership qualities among kids.We are providing art, origami, mental- math, science projects besides other activities like chess and robotics which are hands on and fun critical thinking activities.Here are few of the strategies which are helpful in developing critical thinking in your kids. Use every day activities to pose questions that encourage children to think. Encourage him to suggest alternatives and discuss whether or not they will work. Have your child join activity classes to hone her skills in art, craft, music or sports.Questions are important to stimulate the thought process. Creativity and critical thinking are closely associated with each other.One of them is Bloom’s taxonomy utilized at schools and educational institutions aimed towards building knowledge within various learning domains.It basically leads kids from one learning skill to next and is important tool in encouraging critical thinking as well.Older elementary students ages 7 to 10 start to develop true critical thinking skills.They are able to see someone else's point of view, make logical inferences, and separate fact from fiction.Read story books with the child, pausing to ask questions such as, “What do we understand from this word? Encourage her to try different ways of expressing her creativity.For example, if she is taking piano lessons, have her describe what she hears when she plays a particular song or what the music makes her think about. Workshops and training programs that teach how to promote better thinking skills in children.