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Strategic Thinking + Coding Education = Best game ever!
How about programming a space mission? There will be challenges that introduce “decision points,” “loops,” and “increment instructions” as you progress; so start thinking like a programmer.
When was the last time you put together a good old fashioned cardboard puzzle? You should do it and your kids should too. Puzzles help kids develop spatial skills - which they need for tackling STEM subjects. Building puzzles also improves short-term memory as well as visual perception and coordination. And since you use both sides of your brain when you build puzzles, you pretty much get a full-brain workout. Yet at the same time, it can be quite relaxing and therapeutic. A relaxing workout? We’re in!
How about a different kind of College fun! Klask is an interactive board game that is like a fast-paced tabletop version of air hockey, but with multiple magnets and a small round ball. The players use the magnetic handles under the board to control their playing pieces, trying to hit the ball into their opponent’s goal - but be careful not to attract the small white magnets or land your playing piece in your own hole! We found it at Target. $40.00, www.klaskgame.com
Planning ahead for Graduation Gifts? This is so lovely for a graduation from college, high school, or grad school. Hey, even if you want them to enjoy their dream no matter where they are in life. The “Live Your Dream” inspirational quote gives this necklace more meaning, more substance and makes your gift more special. We found it at www.etsy-jewelrybydanne, $48.00 and up.