Social Studies Critical Thinking Worksheets 2nd



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Balance Benders
Given that = ? on a balance scale, then which of the following simple algebraic expressions is also true? (Grades 2-4)

Following Directions
Follow the directions to mark the appropriate shapes. (Grades K-2)

Combining Attribute Blocks
Determine which figures can be made by combining two different attribute block shapes. (Grades K-2)

Naming Foods: Matching
Trace and copy each food name. Then draw a line from each food to its name. (Grades K-2)

Can You Find Me? (#1)
Use the rhyming clues to determine which picture the rhyme describes. (Grades K-2)

Can You Find Me? (#2)
Use the rhyming clues about words that begin with the /f/ sound to find one other /f/ word.

Lemur
Think about lemurs and birds, then finish the picture of the lemur. (Grades K-2)

Camel
Think about temperatures (warmer, colder) and finish the picture of the camel. (Grades K-2)

Non-Poisonous Snake
Figure out the shape of the snakes cage and then complete the picture of the snake. (Grades K-2)

Poisonous Snake
Figure out the shape of the snakes cage and then complete the picture of the snake. (Grades K-2)

An Indecent Chicken?
Read the true story. Then make an inference based on the evidence in the story. (Grades 2-4)

Push and Pull
This hands-on activity with common objects teaches the concept of force. (Grades K-2)

Rhyme and Reason (#1)
Can you figure out the subjects of these simple rhymes? (Grades K-2)

Rhyme and Reason (#2)
Can you figure out the subjects of these simple rhymes? (Grades K-2)

Rhyme and Reason (#3)
Can you figure out the subjects of these simple rhymes? (Grades K-2)

Rhyme and Reason (#4)
Can you figure out the subjects of these simple rhymes? (Grades K-2)

Rhyme and Reason (#5)
Can you figure out the subjects of these simple rhymes? (Grades K-2)

Classifying: Color and Shape
Using two different colors of interlocking cubes, make two copies of each figure. (Grades K-2)

Verb Tenses
Use the words in the box to write the correct verb tense for each sentence. (Grades K-2)

Syllables
Use the clues about syllables to reason each animals name. (Grades K-2)

High Frequency Words: Colors
Circle the color words and then put them in alphabetical order. (Grades 1-2)

Math Analogies
Complete each math analogy by drawing the correct shape. (Grades K-2)

Sets
Circle each set that has three objects in it. (Grades K-2)

Math Reasoning and Baseball
How many total bases do you touch if you hit a single, double, triple, and home run? (Grades K-2)

Fruit Tree Addition
Count the fruit on the trees, then write the simple sum. (Grades K-2)

Metric Units: Temperature
Choose the temperature (Celsius) that matches each activity. (Grades 1-3)

Four Houses
Use the clues and the chart to help you figure out which house belongs to each person. (Grades K-2)

Four Cats
Use the clues and the chart to help you figure out which cat belongs to each family member. (Grades K-2)

Which Is Which?
Use the clues and your reasoning skills to figure out the answer to each question. (Grades K-2)

An Old-Fashioned Saturday
Read the story about collecting sap from maple trees, then answer the questions. (Grades 1-3)

Read and Find Comprehension
Read the list of 12 words. Can you find all 12 things in the picture? (Grades K-2)

Time and Measurement
Think hard about these tricky questions. (Grades 2-4)

Word Matrix
Fill in the boxes of each column with words belonging to that group. (Grades K-2)

Brain Ticklers
Figure out the number and the family names. (Grades K-2)

Thinker Doodles: Bunnies
Complete the bunny drawings and then color them as the directions suggest. (Grades K-2)

Thinker Doodles: Dinosaurs
Complete the dinosaur drawings and then color them as the directions suggest. (Grades K-2)

Mazes Pretest
Draw a line from the person to the house. Remember not to cross any lines. (Grades K-2)

Visual Figure Ground Activity
Follow directions. Dont let the confusing picture confuse you! (Grades K-2)

Find the Matching Figure
Match the figures. Look closely -- the matching figures may be hiding. (Grades K-2)

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