iReward Chart – App Review

iReward Chart is a behavioral management app that helps kids exercise Self-Control and practice Self-Awareness.

Beyond Games: 5 Strategies for Kids Who Lose Control

Some children always seem to “make a mountain out of a molehill.” They are Chicken Littles who seem to think the sky is always falling. They tend to see the […]

Beyond Games: Teach Your Kid to Chill Out

Does your child overreact at the most inopportune times? Does she make negative comments about herself when things go wrong? Are there times when you wish she would just chill […]

Can Team Sports Help Tackle Executive Dysfunction in Children?

Did you know that team sports can be a great tool to enhance your child’s learning, attention, and executive functions? There have been dozens of studies over the past decade demonstrating […]

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Books Interviews and Articles Slideshows Guest Posts Books Playing Smarter in a Digital World: A Guide to Choosing and Using Popular Video Games and Apps to Improve Executive Functioning in [...]

How sandbox games like Minecraft can help kids with autism

If you haven’t heard of the game Minecraft, there’s a good chance that you been living on a different planet from your children over the past few years. Minecraft is […]

Top 5 Games for Younger Kids, Christmas 2014

2014 has seen the introduction of the next generation of gaming consoles, but many of the best games for these consoles are designed with older kids in mind. If your […]

Check Out this Great Game for Kids with ADHD

IF… is an adventure game that teaches children all about social and emotional learning (SEL). SEL skills help children learn how to deal with emotions, communicate well with others […]

8 Reasons Children with Autism Should Play Video Games

There have been a number of reports over the past year that express concern about whether or not children with autism should play video games. These studies have indicated that […]

Video Games Can Be Good for Children with Autism

Parents and teachers frequently observe that video games are the preferred type of play for children affected by autism. While there are legitimate concerns that some children on the autism […]