Target a broad brush of reasoning skills with games that are easy to set up and play. Give your students fun, positive ways to practice problem-solving skills with others.
Fifty games in one big book gives you lots of teaching options:
reinforce a variety of different skills
games at two difficulty levels for each skill
use the games for therapy, learning centers, and take-home activities
goal-driven stimuli for two to three players
many of the game boards can be customized with your own stimulus items
Teach 24 problem-solving skills:
Identifying Facts & Opinions
Comparing and Contrasting
Stating Facts & Opinions
Identifying True/False Statements
Cause & Effect
Answering Wh- Questions
Distribute the games as printed, or color and laminate them for future use. You will need different colored game tokens; dice; coins; crayons, markers, or colored pencils; paper; scissors; glue sticks; game chips; and a timer to play some of the games.