Introduce young students to sophisticated thinking skills as they learn to read
As they solve and create analogies, students actively process information, make important connections, use information and skills to identify relationships, construct relationships and generate new knowledge, and improve understanding and long-term memory. Although analogous thinking is already done in informal ways in many primary classrooms, the materials in Primary Analogies transform that thinking into a focused and systematic program.
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