Thinking skills and executive functions play a crucial role in children’s classroom success, as they are the cognitive processes that help kids to better plan, organize, make decisions, pay attention, […]
Thinking skills are derived from what psychologists call executive functions — the brain-based cognitive skills that manage critical thinking. Think of them as the tools the brain uses to manage tasks, solve […]
In the 21st century, a good early education is often the key to future academic and vocational success. Parents compete to get their children into the best preschools. Our […]
If you are the parent of a child with ADHD it is almost impossible to find the time and energy to learn about everything you can to help your […]
Parents frequently ask me about video games and ADHD. Some have concerns that video games cause ADHD, others wonder how their children with ADHD can benefit from video games. One […]
This adventure game helps with Self-Awareness, Flexibility, Working Memory, Self-Control and Reading, and is recommended for kids ages 10+.
Video games for children with autism or ADHD are a potential source of great learning opportunities. However, at the same time, video game play can present a host of […]
Over the last year a number of books have been written about how disciplined parenting leads to children being successful in school and work. Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of […]
Gaming can serve a number of purposes, from blowing off steam after a long day at school, to passing the time on a rainy Sunday afternoon. But recent studies prove […]
Dots: A Game About Connecting is a puzzle game that helps with Flexibility, Time management and Self-Control.