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The OLSAT (Otis-Lennon School Ability Test)Test preparation

Find prep and practice resources recommended for the OLSAT test, or for building the reasoning skills related to this test.  You'll find general information about the OLSAT test at the bottom of this page, or go to our online catalog to review specific resources, sample activity pages and discounted bundles for OLSAT preparation and practice.

 

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Resource Grade(s) OLSAT/Reasoning Task(s)
Hands on Thinking Skills

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PreK-K-1 Figural classification, Figural Analogies, Figural Series  ** This is top recommendation for preschool-aged children.  Note the need for physical manipulatives.
Can You Find Me? PreK, K, 1st Similarities and differences, sequences, classifications, analogies, and logic. 
Language Smarts B Grade 1 A complete language course with - antonyms, synonyms, categorizing, classification, sequencing, ordering, deductive reasoning, facts & inferences, prediction
Building Thinking Skills, Level One Grades 2-3 Verbal comprehension- Following Directions; Antonyms, Verbal Analogies, Verbal Classification, Figural Classification, Figural Analogies, Figural Series
Language Smarts, C Grade 2 A complete language course with - following directions, antonyms, synonyms, categorizing, classification, sequencing, ordering, deductive reasoning, facts & inferences, prediction
Mathematical Detective series Grades 3-8 Prepare your students for advanced math courses and assessments that measure reasoning, reading comprehension, and writing in math
Building Thinking Skills, Level Two Grades 4-6 Verbal comprehension- Following Directions; Antonyms, Verbal Analogies, Verbal Classification, Figural Classification, Figural Analogies, Figural Series
Building Thinking Skills, Figural Grades 7-12 Figural Classification, Figural Analogies, Figural Series
Building Thinking Skills, Verbal Grades 7-12 Verbal comprehension- Following Directions; Antonyms, Verbal Analogies, Verbal Classification
Think Analogies/ Think Analogies Puzzlers Software Grades 3-5, 6-8,  9-12  Teaches students how to analyze and classify analogies by relationship, category, and structure.

      

  About the OLSAT test:

"To learn new things, students must be able to perceive accurately, to recognize and recall what has been perceived, to think logically, to perceive relationships, to abstract from a set of particulars, and to apply a generalization to new and different contexts. By evaluating a student’s performance on a variety of tasks, OLSAT 8 assesses those abilities that are related to success in school. Tasks such as detecting likenesses and differences, recalling words and numbers, defining words, following directions, classifying, establishing sequence, solving arithmetic problems, and completing analogies are included in OLSAT 8 since they have been shown to be valid measures of an individual’s ability to reason logically." Pearson/Harcourt Assessment

Subsections:  The OLSAT (Otis Lennon School Abilities Test) is composed of four components (matrix by grade level) — verbal comprehension; verbal reasoning; figural reasoning, which measures nonverbal skills using pictograms; and quantitative reasoning.

 

 

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