Many parents and teachers limit computer time as many young learners get addicted to mindless computer games that reinforce all the wrong behaviors such as impulsivity and guessing.
Educational & Cognitive Games
However, there is a huge selection of wonderful educational and cognitive games available to young learners that can both strengthen areas of weakness and also teach difficult concepts.
Dr. Erica Warren Shares Her Favorite Free Games
Over the past decade, I have created descriptions and links to some of my favorite games for my students. I keep them on my private practice's website, Learning to Learn. Here my students can find direct links to free these online resources.
The Games Are Organized Under Headings
In addition, I have organized them under the following categories: Cognitive Games, General Education Games, Writing and Language Games, Social Studies Games, Science Games, Spelling Games, Reading Games, Digital Storytelling, Math Games, Grammar Games, Typing Games, Social Skills, and Sequencing. In an effort to "spread the word," I'm providing a link to my page so others can benefit from these beneficial games too.
To view all these games CLICK HERE.
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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