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I want to learn about: Logic

Content about logic for elementary students. Exercises, tutorials, problems and teaching resources for logic for elementary students. Here you will find posts about logic to make learning mathematics easier and more fun.

Apr27

Do You Dare to Try and Solve this Math Riddle?

When we received this math puzzle, we shared it in the Whatsapp group we have for the whole Smartick team. When the answers started to come back, they were all different! Given that we have so many whizzes working here at Smartick (developers, mathematicians, physicists, engineers), it was surprising that it took so long to find the right […]

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Dec09

Introduction to Sets and Subsets

Introduction to Sets and Subsets

In today’s post, we are going to look at a small introduction to sets and subsets: what types there are, how they are expressed….All with some examples that are very easy to understand. In order to do this, instead of numbers, we will use elements such as fruit, animals, children… The first thing we ought to […]

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Oct26

Logic Exercises at Smartick

In this week’s post, we are going to look at the types of logic exercises that we have at Smartick. Logic exercises are very important for putting thoughts in order, for expressing them clearly, for analyzing, for deducing correctly and finally, for solving problems that we’ve never seen before. We think it’s essential that our […]

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Oct20

Classification: First Steps towards Logical-Mathematical Thinking

Classification: First Steps towards Logical-Mathematical Thinking

Within logical-mathematical knowledge is the process of classification, which represents the first steps towards learning more complex mathematical concepts. Classification generates a series of mental relations through which children group objects according to similarities and differences, depending on different criteria: shape, color, size, etc… These relationships are the basis for the construction of logical-mathematical thinking. […]

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