Help for Struggling Readers:  Brain-Training Games & Apps to Improve Executive Functions

Help for Struggling Readers: Brain-Training Games & Apps to Improve Executive Functions

Memory games for kids that improve working memory and brain function.

26 Brain Boosting Memory Games for Kids

Improve your Executive function with Drink Soda game | Free online brain games

Improve your Executive function with Drink Soda game | Free online brain games

Akela's Council Cub Scout Leader Training: Printable Rebus Word Puzzle PreOpener - Printable Party Game Brain Teaser for Christmas Parties~ Cub Scout Pack Meeting ~ Free Printable

Akela's Council Cub Scout Leader Training: Printable Rebus Word Puzzle PreOpener - Printable Party Game Brain Teaser for Christmas Parties~ Cub Scout Pack Meeting ~ Free Printable

Kiko Labs Debuts A Series Of “Brain-Training” Games For Kids | TechCrunch

Kiko Labs Debuts A Series Of

Kiko Labs Debuts A Series Of “Brain-Training” Games For Kids | TechCrunch

Fit Brains: Fit Brains games were designed by Neuroscientists and award-winning game designers. Premium games are only accessible to subscribers - free

Fit Brains: Fit Brains games were designed by Neuroscientists and award-winning game designers. Premium games are only accessible to subscribers - free

e-Faces and Names ($0.00) A brain training game that presents a series of faces and associated names and occupations & challenges you to develop new strategies for taking ‘mental notes’ in helping you match the person’s face to their identity. Social skills are a central part of good Self Regulation. For effective social skills, we often need to remember the link between people’s faces, names and occupations. To do this, we form associations between our Emotion, Feeling and Thinking…

e-Faces and Names ($0.00) A brain training game that presents a series of faces and associated names and occupations & challenges you to develop new strategies for taking ‘mental notes’ in helping you match the person’s face to their identity. Social skills are a central part of good Self Regulation. For effective social skills, we often need to remember the link between people’s faces, names and occupations. To do this, we form associations between our Emotion, Feeling and Thinking…

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