CriticalThinking.com is offering free educational e-books so your kids can learn from home while schools are closed

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With millions of U.S. students now affected by school closings due to the coronavirus outbreak, The Critical Thinking Co.™ is providing complimentary mind-building puzzles and activities to make your family time more enjoyable.

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As schools around the world close in an attempt to contain the global coronavirus pandemic, nearly a billion students are stuck at home. The Critical Thinking Co.™ offers numerous free activities to keep your child academically engaged and make the most of your time together.

The educational company is offering three free e-books. These fun, mind-building activities are easy to use and develop numerous critical thinking skills including deductive and inductive reasoning, identification and evaluation of evidence, observation, classification, and fine motor skills.

Critical Thinking Coloring Book™ Level 1 (Grades PreK-1)

Critical Thinking Puzzles (Grades K-5)

Addictive Math Puzzles (Grades 1-5)

"We felt it was important to help any way we could during these unprecedented times. These activities are great for family bonding time while they develop superior real-world thinking and problem-solving skills that lead to deeper content learning in all subjects," said Nile Duppstadt, Vice President of The Critical Thinking Co.

Criticalthinking.com also offers hundreds of free printable activities, an online playroom full of interactive games, and several free quizzes. The website provides thousands of hours of award-winning learning experiences, including reading, writing, math, science, and social studies lessons. In addition, parents and teachers can sign up for free weekly puzzles delivered via email to their inbox.

About The Critical Thinking Co.™
Since 1958, The Critical Thinking Co.™ has helped millions of students of all abilities achieve better grades and higher test scores. Our fun, award-winning books and apps sharpen the mind as they teach standards-based reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. Deeper analysis produces deeper understanding, which results in better grades and higher test scores. Over time, students who practice critical thinking learn to apply it throughout their education and lives.

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