5 edition of Adventures in real problem solving found in the catalog.
Adventures in real problem solving
1998 by Center for Creative Learning .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||76|
The Creative Problem-Solving Program consists of three levels for children ages 5 to Each level contains a student activity book. For Levels A and B, the student books contain activity pages that encourage children to analyze problems and develop solutions and scenarios of .
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