Play to Learn: Matching Video Games to Your Child

Choosing the best video games for your child is not always an easy task. If you want your child to get something worthwhile, it’s best to know their areas of interests, strengths, and weaknesses.

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

This adventure game helps with Focus, Working Memory, Self-Control and Reading, and is recommended to kids 12+

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LearningWorks for Kids is positioning itself as a leader in the brain fitness industry, by focusing on the popular video games and digital technologies that kids are already using. It’s […]

Executive Dysfunctions

Executive dysfunctions, or difficulties employing executive functioning skills, are telltale features of most psychiatric diagnoses in children. In fact, many leading researchers are now primarily defining Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder […]

Theories of Executive Functioning

We have chosen to categorize executive functions into 12 separate but interrelated skills. There are numerous other conceptualizations of executive functioning, some of which describe a smaller but broader range […]

Academic Skills

Here at LearningWorks for Kids, we will show you how to use video games and other digital technologies to improve your child’s reading, writing, and mathematical skills. While we provide […]

Thinking Skills

Here at LearningWorks for Kids, we use video games and other digital technologies to improve eight core thinking skills: Focus, Flexibility, Organization, Planning, Self-Awareness, Self-Control, Time Management, and Working Memory. Our thinking […]

FarmVille

This simulation game helps with Time Management, Planning, Organization and Reading, and is recommended for kids ages 7+.

The Sims FreePlay

This simulation game helps with Flexibility and Planning, and is recommended for kids ages 11+.