Help me give my students the opportunity to practice logic and math skills while learning in a fun and engaging manner. These games for gifted students will challenge students to think at a higher level of thinking.
The students I work with are gifted learners that are active and eager to learn more about the world. They enjoy being challenged, and arrive ready for the adventure that learning will bring each day. Inquisitive and ready to dig deep, my students are up for the challenge of thinking above and beyond the standard curriculum and are ready to be the best versions of themselves. Please support them in their journey of education and help them to have all the resources they need to be successful along the way!
Gifted Enrichment groups are pulled daily in grades K-5. During this time an emphasis is placed on higher level thinking skills that challenge students to analyze and think critically. After working on various thinking skills, students enjoy the opportunity to play nonverbal games that enrich the higher order thinking skills we've been working on in class.
By donating to our project, you will provide resources that will actively engage students in thinking critically and to solve logic puzzles in a fun and engaging learning environment.
These games will help students focus on convergent thinking, which requires students to analyze the clues to reach one correct answer. Students enjoy participating in enrichment groups with students of similar academic ability. This time allows them to be challenged at a higher level and work collaboratively with others in order to solve challenging problems.
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