Hundreds of Newton activities are designed to enrich standard curriculum formats and create opportunities for cognitive development. Through the learning process students applied thinking strategy such as asking questions, making comparisons, drawing conclusions, classification, Bringing different perspectives and more.

The following examples demonstrate the connection between the thinking process and applied strategy:

  • Interactive puzzles help develop visual memory and perception, together with strategy skills.
  • Step-by-step strategies solve logical problems and overcome each activity’s unique challenges.
  • Using imagination to build structures nurtures creativity and communication skills
  •  Matrix challenges practice spatial perception, direction and classification skills
  • Recognizing shape sequences trains students to understand and predict the next object in the series.
  • Multi-step mathematical reasoning and collaborative decision making help identify the most effective strategies.
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