Don’t Underestimate Babies

The Zero to Three report, The “Missing” First Year, showed how often adults underestimate how much children are affected by their environment. Infants are more aware and more capable than many people believe.  How Babies Think is a recent article that outlines not just how babies think, but also describes some of the reasons that… Read more

Solve the Crossing the River Riddle

Puzzles and riddles are a fun way to practice logical thinking. Here’s one for you to try. As a wildfire rages through the grasslands, three lions and three wildebeest flee for their lives. To escape the inferno, they must cross over to the left bank of a crocodile-infested river. Can you help them figure out… Read more

When is Cheryl’s birthday?

Earlier this month, Kenneth Kong, a television host in Singapore, posted this math logic puzzle on Facebook.  It went viral, with people all over the world arguing about the answer. Want to check your answer?  Read How to Figure Out Cheryl’s Birthday from The New York Times. Singapore is known for its high scores in… Read more