Games that Promote Good Study Skills

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At MindWare, we make hundreds of toys and games that build and promote good study skills. Improving study habits leads to better grades, which can lead to increased confidence, which can lead to any number of other wonderful things! What better way to improve these skills than with games that both engage and entertain?

But before we get to the fun games, let’s first go over some study tips:

When studying, break large tasks into a series of smaller tasks that you can complete one at a time. If you try to complete a large task all at once, you may feel overwhelmed and may be unable to maintain your concentration.

Also, work to develop an interest in what you are studying. Try to relate what you are studying to you own life to make it as meaningful as possible. This can motivate you to concentrate.

As a parent, take an active role in helping your child study. Practice taking notes, skimming material and summarizing stories with your child. Your kids will pick up on your excitement to learn.

Now to the fun part! These games can help promote good study habits and organizational skills:

Extreme Dot to Dot: Exercise your left and right brain at the same time with these complex dot to dot puzzles. Intricate, challenging and wildly rewarding to finish, puzzles range from 300 to over 1,400 dots. Some puzzles even cover a two-page spread! Counting, mapping and concentration are just a few of the educational benefits.

Logic Links: Kids build thinking skills as they reason out sequencing puzzles, using the included 48 chips to help them visually organize their thinking.

Whodunit Puzzles Trio: Here are 245 mini-mysteries and puzzles for the junior detective, all designed to enhance reading and logical thinking skills.

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