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Save 20% on a LogicLike Brain Games and Tricky Puzzles subscription

This lifetime subscription makes it easy for your kids to enjoy developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills as they grow up.
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Learning new things is always easier when it's fun, no matter what age. And now, you can make learning fun for your kids with a lifetime subscription to LogicLike.

This is an assortment of brain activities, including riddles and puzzles, that can be easily accessed online using any browser or with iOS and Android apps. Not only do the activities help foster learning, but they can also boost problem-solving skills in both children and adults.

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Particular care has been taken with animations and other elements of the app's design, so children find it exciting. The activities generate curiosity and a desire to learn about new things. LogicLike aids in the development of non-standard, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, plus the ability to reason, reflect, and make sense of things.

In addition to game-based learning, your subscription includes over 4,500 edutainment tasks, more than 30 topics, world rankings, hero cards, and a progress tracker. Categories include Grades K, 1-2, and 3-4, as well as Brain Teasers, Countries, and Capitals, with genres ranging from Extreme Math to Fantasy World and Natural World. It's no wonder LogicLike holds 4.8 out of 5 on the App Store.

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