Logic requires thinking for the sake of thinking. Logic is not replicating patterns, following sequences, or even learning a set of rules to problem-solve a task. Logical thinking requires trial-and-error experimentation. The feedback from this mental exploration allows the child to arrive at an understanding of why a solution may or may not work. This intellectual understanding provides the foundation for further exploration and understanding of the how’s, what’s, and why’s – Evidence that your child is thinking logically and for the sake of thinking.
Logical Thinking games enhance a child’s mathematical comprehension, understanding of classification, problem-solving skills, and rational reasoning. The result of the game is not as important as the feedback your child gets from the game, which facilitates higher-level thinking.