Intended for parents, teachers, and therapists and based on extensive research, this book features 200 individual and social interaction activities that children think of as “games.” They encourage key developmental skills for readers up to age 10. Each game is clearly explained, including the skills it addresses. The games depend on human actions–not gadgets–so they are useful in developing muscle coordination, sensory integration, logical thinking, creative thinking, concentration and sustained attention, strategic thinking, problem solving, musical skills, language and math skills, visualization, and social skills . What a superlative upgrade from hours of “screen time”!
Author: Robert Fisher
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