I started out with Lollipop Logic. Builder Boy had already done level 1 some time ago, and it did not take him long to get through level 2. Early Bird did the level 1 book at the same time as Builder Boy went through level 2.
If you're like me you prefer to actually look through a curricula, or have an extremely detailed review of it, before purchasing. I'm also very visual which is why I include a lot of pictures in my posts. So, hopefully without breaking copyright laws, here's a look at the inside of Lollipop Logic Level 1. (Amazon does have a "look inside" option for this book, but it only shows options from the first section.) .
Lollipop Logic has seven sections with the first six sections having eight pages per section and the last having three. The sections/topics are Sequences, Relationships, Analogies, Deduction, Pattern Decoding, Inference, and Critical Analysis.
Critical Analysis is the shortest section, only three pages. It's also a big leap in difficulty, and there is even one that I could not figure out the answer to. Don't forget that you are the boss, not the curriculum, and it's okay to skip if it's not working for your child.
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