Executive Functioning Game Memory Master

Good Sensory Learning

  • $ 12.99 USD

Memory Master  - available as a printable digital download that can also be played by viewing the cards on a computer or tablet.  This fun game and cognitive remedial tool strengthens executive functioning skills: working memory, management of distractions, attention to detail, stamina, response inhibition, as well as sustaining attention and mental shifting. For remedial purposes, Memory Master helps players learn to encode and recall a series of directives.  Players pick a card and then hear the directives from the administrator.  The player then "says it" (repeats back the directives), "sees it" (visualizes and adds sensory details to the directives), and then "shows it" (acts out the directives).  After a distraction, players see what they can remember.  For one to 4 players, this game can benefit students with ADHD, learning disabilities, executive functioning disorder as well as the head-injured and the elderly. Memory Master is a fabulous way to strengthen the brain - while having fun!

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Benefits Students With ADHD, Learning Disabilities & Executive Functioning Disorder

The research suggests that children are not born with executive functioning skills, however, they are born with the potential to develop them.  Just like going to the gym strengthens the body, activities that exercise executive functioning skills improve mental capacity.  According to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, “When children have opportunities to develop executive function and self-regulation skills, individuals and society experience lifelong benefits. These skills are crucial for learning and development. They also enable positive behavior and allow us to make healthy choices for ourselves and our families.”

Games for Executive Functioning

Using mindful games and fun activities, like Memory Master and Following Directions the Fun and Easy Way to develop executive functioning skills makes the process both fun and memorable.  This benefits the brain because when we can enjoy the learning process, the brain releases the neurotransmitter dopamine. Research now supports that this neurotransmitter helps to activate:


Dopamine triggers feelings of pleasure, which motivates the action, and repeated repetition of the task activates learning.

Working Memory:

Dopamine also activates working memory is a vital component of executive functions that helps students to drop into the moment and encode information into long-term memory.  

Spatial Learning and Memory:

Dopamine boosts spatial learning and memory at large.

Episode Memory:

Dopamine also offers a role in episodic memory.  This helps in the recollection of past, personal experiences. 

Come Watch a Demonstration of Memory Master

Memory Master - Executive Functioning Game

View video demonstrations of each of the games.

Focus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PH9f4c6Oqg

In or Out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQyoiv8HTWM

Memory Master: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PeBYnIYIRM

No Match Penguin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5EaO4mh2zQ

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kathy S.
Thank you.

So many of the struggling students I work with have memory issues. They absolutely love playing this game.

Ashley B.
Really helpful

I just used this the other day for a client I am working on building her working memory, and we both loved watching the video demonstration! Having my client say it, see it, and show it really helped them remember the challenges! Thank you!