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LearningRx Reviews IQ Puzzler Pro

IQ Puzzler LearningRx Review

  Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This travel game for kids and adults offers a variety of brain teasers (120 in total) for ages 6 and up. There are three playing modes in both 2D and 3D (think “pyramid” instead of checkers). Brain Benefits: attention, planning, problem-solving, visual processing, logic What I love: These… read more

LearningRx Reviews a Life of Logic App

Life of Logic Review

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This fun, free app is similar to sudoku but uses only two types of tiles (e.g., Os and 1s or two different colors). There are only 3 simple rules and it’s oddly satisfying and fun for such a simple game! Brain Benefits: Planning, logic & reasoning, attention, visual processing… read more

LearningRx Reviews Rubik’s Race Game

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Similar to the Rubik’s Cube, this two-player game allows players to compete head to head to be the first to match the pattern on their side to what’s on the scrambler. Brain Benefits: attention, logic & reasoning, strategy, planning, visual processing, processing speed What I love: I grew up… read more

LearningRx Reviews Word Solitaire App

Reviewed by Wendy  What it is: The best way to describe this free award-winning app is “Klondike solitaire but with letters.” You start by dragging letters onto one another to arrange them into words. Then you flip over the card underneath it to expose another letter. You also need to use the provided letters (the… read more

LearningRx Reviews Blitz 21

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Before you think I’m advocating gambling, let me clarify that this is really more of a free math-training app. In fact, the app’s description even says, “It’s a perfect way to practice your blackjack skills, train your brain or just pass the time.” Brain Benefits: processing speed, math computations,… read more

7 Little Words

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: 7 Little Words is a word-game app that uses clues to hint at seven words segmented into two or more letters per tile. For example, the clue “meowing pet” tells you that the solution has eight letters. When you look at the tiles below the clues, you’d choose these… read more

Funology

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: Funology is a website that offers offline activities, such as crafts, science experiments, magic, games, recipes, jokes, riddles, trivia and more. Brain Benefits: visual processing, attention, logic & reasoning, planning, hand-eye coordination What I love: Anything that gets our kids off technology gets a thumbs up. If it also encourages them to… read more

Paint Tower! LearningRx Review

Reviewed by Wendy  What it is: If you’re looking to build visual processing, this app has got you covered! The basic concept is simple: stack a tower of pieces from the top down with the number of blocks you’re given. It sounds simple, until you realize that each piece affects the tower’s balance! Add too… read more

Merged! LearningRx Review

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: If you’re looking to build visual processing, the game app Merged! is easy to understand without being boring. You simply turn and place the pieces on the board to get them into groups of three. Sometimes there is a single die and sometimes it’s like a domino with two… read more

Word Stack

Reviewed by Wendy What it is: This word-association app is billed as good for people who love crosswords, word search or hangman. You create a stack of words by associating them as synonyms or antonyms, because they create compound words or just because they’re related somehow (e.g., five and seven are both numbers). Brain Benefits:… read more