Product Number : 760161600
Educators and Parents: This collection of games by Dr. Beverly Tignor, a clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric neuropsychology, will strengthen the attention and executive functions of the brain as kids relate to classroom and everyday learning. The games address sustained attention, continuous performance, selective attention, working memory, rule learning, cognitive flexibility and sequential planning.
Sample games include:
Keep the Beat (auditory selective attention)
Motion Master (focuses on rule learning)
Hidden Mazes (builds sequential planning skills)
Thing-a-ma-jig (encourages categorical processing)
Book is spiral bound, 81 pages.
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