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LearningRx Reviews Magic Block Game (a.k.a. LBYMYB Cube for Two People)

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: It may look similar to the face of a Rubik’s cube, but this two-person game is played on a flat surface and only requires you to be the first person to match the pattern shown on the scrambler. Brain Benefits: planning, working memory, attention, visual processing, strategy What I… read more

LearningRx Reviews Outspell

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This free online game is very similar to Scrabble with the advantage of playing against the computer. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, planning, strategy, auditory processing, sound blending, segmenting What I love:  I’m a huge word game fan and this game is no exception. Unlike Scrabble, which deals each… read more

LearningRx Reviews Lumeno

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This free online game is similar to a bubble-popping challenge. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, planning, strategy, What I love:  This is a bright, colorful game has players dragging through like-colored dots to clear room on the board. Drag through boost to clear more dots or through a flower… read more

LearningRx Reviews Facebook’s Hexa 7

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This free online game from Facebook doesn’t require you to get an app or download anything. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, planning, strategy What I love: This visual process game requires you to plan and strategize in order to choose the best position for each new colorful hexagon or… read more

LearningRx Reviews Make Tens Game

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Make Tens is a free Facebook game that challenges you to group dice together in an effort to total 10 on a line. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, math skills, strategy, planning What I love: Make Tens is like “Tetris meets math.” Think of it as block-dropping Sudoku that… read more

LearningRx Reviews The 2020 Smart Mom’s Toy Box

LearningRx Shares 10 Award-Winning Toys and Games that Boost Brain Skills—all priced under $35!             For some of us, the pressures and stresses of the holidays guilt us into stockpiling useless gifts that often end up in the donation bin after gathering dust. But 2020 feels like the year for change, so why not start… read more

LearningRx Reviews Dicedom Game

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Dicedom is a free Facebook game that challenges you to group three-of-a-kind numbers using math. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, math skills, strategy, planning What I love: The game provides you with a grid of numbers (typically—but not limited to—1 through 6). Your goal is to group them into… read more

LearningRx Reviews Word Wipe Game

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Word Wipe is an online game that has you join letters to form words. Brain Benefits: attention, visual processing, processing speed, auditory processing, strategy, planning What I love: I was surprised to find that I enjoyed the time pressure on this. It reminds me of Boggle in that the… read more

LearningRx Reviews a Life of Logic App

Life of Logic Review

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This fun, free app is similar to sudoku but uses only two types of tiles (e.g., Os and 1s or two different colors). There are only 3 simple rules and it’s oddly satisfying and fun for such a simple game! Brain Benefits: Planning, logic & reasoning, attention, visual processing… read more

LearningRx Shreveport Reviews Quoridor Game

Shreveport LearningRx Review

Reviewed by Chas with LearningRx Shreveport, LA What it is: A strategy game for 2-4 players, where each player’s goal is to advance their peg to the opposite side of the playing board. However, each player has a set number of walls that can be placed during each player’s turn, instead of moving their peg. Soon, your path… read more