Do you play video games with your child? Don’t lie, its ok. Video games are fun, and promote bonding with your child if you do it together. Plus, November 18-24 is National Game and Puzzle Week, so you have an excuse!
One game that you don’t need an excuse to play is Jungle Rangers, by ifocus. Jungle Rangers is a fun, cognitive training video game for your computer designed to improve focus, attention and memory in middle childhood.
It is self-adjusting, which means it recognizes the skill level of the child playing and regulates its difficulty to each specific child so they do not get bored/ overwhelmed. It follows Boy Ranger and Girl Ranger on a quest with their allies to save the Island from Dr. Bearhead and his plans to “distract” the Jungle Rangers and destroy the Jungle. Therefore, players must pay attention to succeed in defeating him!
What sets Jungle Rangers aside from other educational video games is the iFocus parent’s dashboard. With the game, comes a platform that record’s the child’s skill level and tells the parents exactly how their child is performing in the game as it relates to the child’s developmental and behavioral strategies. The platform includes a physical exercise plan and nutrition plan for that specific child that the parent can follow. This way, the parent can balance an educational video game, with diet and exercise to keep their child healthy and on-track for success.
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