Thank you for reviewing the logic books listed on your website. I notice they’re for middle/high school aged students, which makes sense, given the nature of formal logic. However, I’m hoping to start with younger students to build a foundation. Do you know of any good books on guiding an instructor on the scope and sequence of teaching logic skills (at least simple principles) to 9-10 year olds, perhaps in the form of puzzles, analogies, etc. If nothing else, then at least logic-related activities geared towards that age group. Your advice would be much appreciated. –Jenna
Building Thinking Skills Book 2 is for your age group.