Book: Stuck in Traffic, Waiting in Line - Kids BrainGames - on the go. anywhere. any time. (Adventure Thru Imagination Books) by Remy Agee and Blair Selbycategories: Book, Word Games, Kids Brain Games, Critical Thinking Skills, To Go Games, Fun, Kids Thinking Games, Bored, Grandchildren, Waiting for Appointments, Brain Skills, Kids Games
Remy Ageeabout this book: Stuck in Traffic, Waiting in Line: Kids BrainGames is perfect for busy parents and grandparents on-the-go and even at home! No games to pack up, no pieces to lose. And, there are NO right or wrong answers. Anything goes!
Grab the paperback or download the Kindle version on your phone, ipad or tablet. Either way, this book is a 'must have' wherever you are.
These games evolved to help entertain our grandson and son from an early age. We've played the word games in the car, while travelling or just running errands; standing in long grocery store lines; and while eating lunch or dinner at a restaurant or at home to engage everyone in active conversation.
Developed for ages 3 to 11, we give you the basics of each game along with some starter examples. While there are basic rules, you and your children and grandchildren can modify any game, once you're familiar with the concept of the word game.
Critical thinking skills are a key part of success in school and later life. Being open to 'anything goes' brain games helps children develop new and creative ways to problem solve. While some adults consider this 'thinking outside the box", open-ended creative problem solving has been critical to advances in technology and medical research and treatments that are in use around the world today.
Parents and grandparents are enjoying our Kids BrainGames book:
• "What an ingenious book to have on my Kindle. We have 7 grandchildren and I know I will use these games with them - in the car, at the dinner table, bedtime, and sitting on the front porch." — Mary
• "This is an amazing collection of creative games you can play with your children. After each game there are some examples given on what possible things you can come up with." — IMS
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