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Curious
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Inside Highlights® April 2018

BrainPlay: The Thinking Kid’s Game

Highlights 4Cs

Curious, Creative, Caring, and Confident™
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Curious
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Creative
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Caring
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Confident
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What is BrainPlay? Eleven illustrations. Eleven probing, open-ended questions for kids to answer. Think of it as exercise for the mind.
Brainplay

Brainplay

Kids can learn a lot by viewing life from different perspectives, pondering questions that seem impossible to answer, looking inward, and making sense of sayings that at first glance make no sense.

And that’s why we publish BrainPlay every month. What other game for one (or two, if you care to join) would ask your child—for no other reason than for personal growth and self-reflection—when he’s most likely to fidget, whether he likes when others play pranks on him, and if he could magically change one thing in his life, what it would be? But there’s more. You can find BrainPlay on page 30 of the April 2018 issue, or download a copy of it here.

Which of the following subjects do you most want your child to master?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following subjects do you most want your child to master?
Math
41% (26 votes)
Science
22% (14 votes)
Technology
3% (2 votes)
Literature
8% (5 votes)
History
6% (4 votes)
Music and the arts
13% (8 votes)
A foreign language
8% (5 votes)
Total votes: 64