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Games you can play at home and still learn!

These games can help increase logic and reasoning, planning, executive processing and attention. The best part is, you may have what you need already!

Apples to Apples
– for Logic and Reasoning, Executive Processing, Planning.
Battleship – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Working Memory.
Blokus – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning.
Chess – for Logic and Reasoning, Attention, Executive Processing, Planning.
Connect 4 – for Logic and Reasoning, Attention, Executive Processing, Planning.
Cribbage – for Logic and Reasoning, Attention.
Gobblet – for Logic and Reasoning, Executive Processing, Planning.
Blink – for Working Memory, Processing Speed.
Legos – for Planning, Problem-Solving, Executive Processing.
Mancala – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning.
Perfection – for Memory, Planning, Attention.
Rummy – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Attention.
Rook – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Attention, Working Memory.
Sequence – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Working Memory.
Set – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Working Memory.
Stratego – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Memory.
Sudoku – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Memory.
Tetris – for Logic and Reasoning, Memory, Planning, Processing Speed, Attention, Memory.
Uno – for Logic and Reasoning, Memory, Attention.
Skip-Bo – for Attention, Processing Speed, Planning, Memory.
Squint – for Logic and Reasoning, Planning, Processing Speed, Memory, Attention.

**Courtesy of Baltimore's Child



What your child is expected to learn


   
The Ohio Department of Education adopted the Ohio Academic Content Standards in December of 2001. Since that time, all public schools have used these as a guide to their curriculum. In the last few years, Ohio joined 44 other states and 3 territories in adopting "Common Core" standards for Language Arts and Math. These standards push children to become critical thinkers and problem solvers. They also provide consistency between states for all students.  For information on the common core,
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    This is my seventh year at Royal Manor Elementary and I have really enjoyed working with the staff and students. I graduated with my undergraduate degree and Intervention Specialist license from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 2004. I just finished my Master's Degree in Educational Administration at Ashland University. I love reading and watching students' "AHA!" moments.I have been married for seven years and live with my husband John and our our daughter, Scarlett, who will be a year old in November!





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