"The psychology of thinking of a child" deals with the study of psychology of thinking of the child's lower school age (6-7, 10-11 years), which is a problem closely related to today's tasks imperative to strengthen the quality of our school. To carry out this task properly, teachers and school problems researchers must bear in mind several requirements:
First, recognize the best of thinking process and typical feature that has this process in different age, as a necessary condition to reach creative thinking, and active acquisition of knowledge.
Secondly, with this general recognition,is important to be recognized as exactly as possible the process characteristics of each student's classroom where learning takes place, or taken in the study, in order to create a clear picture of mutual relations between typical characteristics of thinking of students in low school age and individual characteristics.
Thirdly, on the basis of meeting the requirements of the upper two, the teacher through differentiated work, affect the mental development of each student, filling gaps and also by promoting the positive side features of this development. Book has dual purpose: to raise above the psychological culture of teachers and of readers in general and help them to their daily work with students and their children. Regarding this has a particular matter, the knowledge of students in streamlining of daily educational learning process, their results in specific subjects, experience and cognitive, observation skills of the teacher, his detailed records for each student. The teacher has all opportunities to know the individual qualities of thinking of students, the dominant type of thinking, the development of actions and forms of thinking, imagination, etc., even by answers of students in different learning subjects through observation of its activities during the game, during communication with peers and adults, etc.. We think that the book will be serve to programs and math,language texts makers, etc..,whose gives the opportunity to recognize and to known better the development of thinking and the power absorption of the students of these classes.