Going strong, for 25 years! What do teachers say about LOGICO? Read our LOGICO reviews!
LOGICO is an educational game encouraging logical thinking. It fosters thinking skills in a fun way! So, what do professionals say about LOGICO? Continue to read our LOGICO reviews here.
LOGICO for the elderly
LOGICO has been tried at Harbour Rise Rest Home and Day Care Centre in Paignton, UK. This rest home cares for the elderly, including those with dementia. Staff are keen to engage all residents in activities, in many different ways! LOGICO is one way to encourage residents to participate in activities challenging their thinking and logic skills.
LOGICO is very good! The residents who could do it absolutely loved it! The residents who could not do it enjoyed looking at it and interacting with it. It’s all positive!
[LOGICO] is definitely suitable for the elderly! The buttons [on the LOGICO PRIMO frame] are big and easy to push.– LOGICO, as described by a care home assistant of the Harbour Rise Rest Home and Day Care Centre
The SENResources LOGICO review
Have you read our review on the SENresources blog? See what they have said about LOGICO!
What do we like about it?
Enjoyable for Children- We found that the children genuinely enjoyed playing and learning with the Logico Primo. They loved it’s toy-like appearance- it truly feels like a toy with it’s bright coloured, chunky buttons to move. Children were also engaged by the interesting topics and lovely illustrations. The activities are short, snappy and fun and keep a young child’s attention. We also noticed the children had a real sense of satisfaction and pride when they completed each card correctly- great for building confidence in learning.
Feedback from a nursery key worker
‘We use LOGICO from 3 years upwards to support children with independent learning. Children enjoy going through the first few steps with their teacher and they feel very proud when having solved the task independently, by themselves. We would really miss working without your products!’-Andrea Königs, teacher
LOGICO at a kindergarten
‘We use LOGICO in our kindergarten to support working closely with children from a diverse ethnical background and non-native German speaking families/where German is an additional language. They have been very excited about LOGICO. The beautifully drawn and clear images combined with logical activities have proved a great learning tool. The beginners card range can be used without the necessity to read, therefore these children can have a real sense of achievement. This highly motivates the children to persevere with their learning and also gives them self-confidence. Furthermore, the next level of cards promote communication and focus on improving listening and comprehension. LOGICO is a learning material very well thought through.’– Beatrix Oschljes, teacher
‘We have been using LOGICO in our kindergarten for many years, mainly for children from 3 years and up. So, we refresh our existing stock of LOGICO frames and cards each year. We believe in the LOGICO system because it allows children to work independently and self-checking works really well in our setting. Furthermore, we especially like the range of different topics LOGICO provides. Children really take to these products and they love working with them!’– Gisela Grogorenz, kindergarten director
‘I am working at a school with the main focus on ‘Promotion of Mental Development’ in Berlin and I am currently teaching second grade students. I use LOGICO because it is versatile and it allows me to differentiate my lessons and it also helps with the development my schemes of learning. Furthermore, I prefer using LOGICO PRIMO, because LOGICO PICCOLO has proven too complicated for my students as it has more buttons.– Julia Lange, primary school teacher at a special needs school
My students only use LOGICO for independent work. Amongst other things, it helps students improve problem-solving skills, which works really well with students on the autistic spectrum. At first we had to teach them how LOGICO games work; and in our current phase of learning they are working on being patient as they often get frustrated or impatient, playing and fiddling with the buttons. It is all part of their learning curve! Besides, they are getting better at it and they have proven to be a lot more patient.’
LOGICO in Special Education
‘I have used LOGICO in primary school at first and second grade, in German and Mathematics classes, in order to help differentiate my work with a mixed ability class setting. We also use LOGICO in other support subjects. With the help of LOGICO, we can challenge and stretch higher performing students and also coach and give one-to-one support to ones who are behind. Students are always happy to play with the ‘buttons’ on the LOGICO frames. Currently, I am teaching fourth grade students, many of them, who already know LOGICO from lower years, are still very enthusiastic about doing work on them. For my German lessons, I have created a reading area in my classroom, using LOGICO learning cards, instead of textbooks.
In my experience, LOGICO helps me support mixed-ability students better as it promotes their individual and independent learning, reducing teaching workload at the same time.’– Miriam Sgraja, primary school teacher
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