Executive Functioning Card Game: Memory Master

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I'm so excited to announce the release of my new Publication: Executive Functioning Game: Memory Master! It is the second of a series of four executive functioning games that I have been working on over the past six months. I’ve played it with my students, and it is ridiculously fun!

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Memory Master is a fabulously fun game for everyone, but it can also serve as a tool that exercises working memory, attention to detail, management of distractions, stamina, response inhibition, as well as mental shifting and sustained attention. This game can be used to integrate the two hemispheres of the brain, provide a fun brain break, and it can benefit individuals with ADHD, learning disabilities such as dyslexia, executive functioning disorder as well as the head injured and the elderly.

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Card Descriptions:

All 30 cards include six memory challenge actions, three activities and a distractor.

For 1 to 4 Players/Teams:

A parent, therapist or teacher can challenge a single player to memorize a series of activities or multiple players can compete to complete memory challenges. The first player/team to win 7 memory challenges and collect 7 cards is the winner.

Sample improve listening skills game
Sample Memory Master card

A Direct Application: 

Be sure to use the say it, see it and show it challenges that you learn in this game to help your children or students remember sequences of directives in real life. This can help to develop mindful listening skills and bring the fun factor into what might otherwise be considered a chore.

Where Can I Purchase the Game?

The game is presently available @ Good Sensory Learning as a digital download. A set of my four executive functioning cards games are available on Amazon as decks. I'll keep you posted!
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Cheers, Dr. Erica Warren

Dr. Erica Warren is the author, illustrator, and publisher of multisensory educational materials at Good Sensory Learning. She is also the director of Learning to Learn and Learning Specialist Courses.

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