Games are a great way to help children practice social skills. As a result, children maintain these skills when they play games over school breaks. Of course, parents can help children engage in these activities with others. This product includes information about the parts of the brain that assist with social development. Also, there are lists of specific games to reinforce those related skills. Additionally, this product provides parents with a game list and one month sample calendar tracking idea (July, 2019). Another bonus: this is a helpful resource for Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech-Language Therapists to give to families. This way, therapists can model the games that children need to actively participate and build skills.
This product includes 5 items:
1: Introduction to Games for the social brain
2: Frontal Lobe (executive functioning) games
3: Emotional, Problem Solving, Motor & Sensory Cortex games
4: Parietal, Occipital, & Temporal Lobe games
5: Sample Game Calendar