Why this course?
Summary of the lesson
This session is designed to polish and enhance analytical and problem-solving skills of the student. Using a combination of puzzles, riddles, and verbal reasoning questions, the child's analytical skills were honed. Many challenging puzzles were clubbed in the fun-based activities to tickle and sharpen the thinking power of the student.
What your child will learn
How is it going to help your child
Enhances attention span: concentrating selectively on a task to complete it.
Spatial Awareness- acknowledging the relationship between objects and space around them.
Shape recognition: identifying the unique shapes and finding similarities and differences
Problem-solving skills: ability to solve problems efficiently.
Parental role & play
Engage in problem solving: You and your child can play riddles together and select at least five riddles a day. You can also make it more fun by competing who solves the riddle first.
Ask your child: To figure out the puzzles that they observe around them and discuss it.
Homework Puzzles: Try converting their homework into fun puzzles.
Day to Day Fun: Create opportunities and encourage the child to apply these cognitive capacities in simple day-to- day activities.
Freedom: Allow them to make decisions and make inferences.
What to expect
Expect the child to identify and differentiate between different types of analytical problems and solve them with different approaches.
During the great depression, puzzles and riddles became a healthy escape from the worries of the economy and were found to enhance happiness and feelings of accomplishment. Introducing puzzles in daily tasks can help the child remain happier and more satisfied throughout the day.
Our uniEQ method & tools
Creative Worksheets | Solve with Parent Fun Puzzles | Thinking Exercises
“Educations is not the learning of facts, but the training of mind to think”
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