Designed to be fun for the brain and exercise the neural pathways involved in distinguishing subtle differences in sound, this group of online brain training exercises works at training your brain on the basic fundamentals necessary for language, listening, and reading. Improvements in these types of activities have been associated with improvements in academic performance and reading. The brain is not a passive recipient of learning. In order to learn new information the brain must be able to focus on important cues and hold them in its short-term memory. The brain exercises in this category are designed to exercise the processes involved in attending to and remembering information.
ABC Gulp challenges your knowledge of letter names All children need to learn their ABCs. By learning to recognize and name each letter in the alphabet, children take their first steps into the world of written language.
Word List Recall
Word List Recall is one of our working memory exercises that tests for verbal span. This type of memory is what allows us to remember what we hear or read long enough to use the information, either right then and there or by transferring it to long-term memory.
Word Wanderer is a brain teasing challenge that offers a fun and novel twist on the classic word game. In Word Wanderer, you guide an animated character named Jack through the forest by building words from a tile tray on the board.
Working Circles is a fun and challenging brain game that exercises your visual “working memory,” your brain’s ability to actively hold information for tasks such as reasoning, comprehension and learning. The more items you can store in your memory, the more efficiently you will solve each level.