Attention Games:101 Fun, Easy Games that Help Kids Learn to Focus
Everyone is paying attention to something. What that something is and how long it holds our attention make endlessly fascinating variables.
If you want to focus children's attention, you first have to capture their interest. Attention Games brims with stimulating child-tested activities that help children of all ages become better at both open, global attention (impressions of their environment) and the more focused attention that allows them to concentrate on smaller things for longer period of time . By sharing the upbeat, joyful activities in Attention Games, you can enhance your child's intelligence, boost his confidence, increase his ability to concentrate, and show that you care.
Developed by Barbara Sher—parent, teacher, play therapy specialist and pediatric occupational therapist—these activities encourage kids to expand their powers of attention in ways that will help them throughout their lives.
So gather the children in your life and get ready to have fun as you open their minds and hearts to new ways of learning while increasing their powers of focused attention.
Praise for Attention Games:
“Attention Games is a great book for parents, caregivers and therapists. It provides creative activities that help you gain and maintain a child's attention from infants to teenagers. Many of the activities are simple and don't require any extra materials other than yourself. Barbara provides you with a fun way to interact with your child at different stages of life while explaining ‘What's Being Learned.’ She also gives alternative example and ideas. This book is a must have for any parent and I will use this as a fellow therapist in my practice as well. Hats off to Barbara for providing us with a sensational resource!”
~ Britt Collins, Pediastaff
“Attention, please! These sensory-rich activities are sensational! They will encourage kids to relate purposefully to others and participate wholeheartedly in the world around them as they focus intentionally on novel experiences and ideas.”
~ Carol S. Kranowitz, M.A., author of The Out-of-Sync Child
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