CEO Critical Thinking Lab
Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center
305 W. Jackson Ave.
Critical thinking is the foundation of education and life skills development. This is an important executive function to foster in children to help them make decisions independently with confidence. Being able to identify a problem and evaluate when something is right or wrong is one of the best gifts you can offer your child. Through highly motivating dramatizations and games like: toothpaste turtle, CEO Corner Office, cotton candy catastrophe, and the case of the balloon bouquet robber, children ages 7-13 will learn how to problem solve using many methods. While critical thinking skills may take many years to develop, this will be a transformational kick-off. This class offers boosting self-esteem, confident communication, and group dynamic skills.
Event Cost: $32, $24 resident.
Event Times: 7-8 p.m.
Age recommendation: Early Elementary (K-3), Late Elementary (4-5), Tweens
Neighborhood: Western Suburbs