Teach Your Child How to Think

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Penguin Books, 1994 - Education - 320 pages
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Edward de Bono's renowned educational program for developing children's thinking skills has been adopted in countries and schools around the world. "Teach Your Child How to Think" makes that program directly available for the first time to anyone who wants to give their children a better chance in life. With examples, exercises, games, and drawing, de Bono demonstrates the difference between intelligence and thinking and provides a step-by-step method for helping children develop a clear and constructive thinking pattern (how to make decisions, take initiatives, and become more creative) that an increasingly complicated life demands. Even one or two thinking habits or tools taken from this book can strongly affect a child's whole life.

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User Review  - Bryan457 - Goodreads

I give up. I'm never going to finish this. Who am I kidding. Read full review

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User Review  - Heather Murphy - Goodreads

kind of boring but super-duper informative. great for learning problem-solving for all ages. great for learning how to organize your thoughts Read full review

About the author (1994)

Dr. Edward de Bono is widely regarded as the leading authority in the direct teaching of creative thinking. He is the originator of the term "lateral thinking," and his books have been translated into thirty-seven languages.

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