Cats of Jasnah is a free online game for kids to teach them logical reasoning. It starts with basic counting and keeps on increasing the difficulty level as the child progresses. Logical reasoning skills are very important for kids. Starting at a early age can prove to be beneficial because when kids start school and learn about problem solving, this skill will come in handy at that time.
This online game aims at teaching kids logic in a fun way. The name of the game comes from the fact that all the images used in the game are of cats.
Let’s see how this game teaches logical reasoning to kids:
Go to this website using the link given at the end of this article. When you open the website, you will see a screen like the one seen in the screenshot above. The 8 topics listed on this page have several levels in each one of them. The game progresses from simple counting to extremely complicated word problems as you go to triple conjunction topic which is the last topic in the game.
Start with the counting topic and the first question comes in front, as seen in the screenshot above. There is a narrating voice which reads out the question loud for you as well. You have to answer by choosing one of the numbers from the bottom of the screen.
Most of the questions are based on cat images given at the top as you can also see in the screenshot above, hence the name of the website. The narrating voice reads out the question for you and once you answer it also tells you whether you answered right or wrong out loud. When you answer right, next question is shown on your screen and if you answer wrong you stay on the same screen until you answer correctly.
With each new level the questions keep on becoming difficult. Like you can see the question for level 2 in the above screenshot. You can find topics like counting, negation, combination, conjunction, etc.
Cats of Jasnah is a nice way to teach logical reasoning to kids. It would be best for kids of age 3 to 6. Kids can learn how to count, distinguish between objects, observe motion in images, etc. This will help them understand what is being asked and how to logically deduce the answer. It would prove to be quite a workout for your little one. But surely it will make them sharper.
Check out Cats of Jasnah here.