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Holiday Gift list for toys that enhance visual skills!

With Thanksgiving over, it’s officially time to stop procrastinating Christmas shopping.  As I was thinking about what to get my four young kids, I realized that others might need gift ideas too.  I found some great gifts that help develop visual skills and perception.  Here are some of the fun games that will be under our tree this year . . . Name of the GameR Tangoes Junior Tangoes Jr. Age Range: 4+ years How Do You Play: These ancient Chinese puzzles keep little minds and fingers busy, as kids use the seven magnetic puzzle pieces to recreate colorful designs. Basic set includes a portable laptop case, seven shapes, and 12 two-sided design cards; all pieces store inside. Keep the fun going with additional Puzzle Packs(sold separately). Each card offers two levels of play. The beginner's side shows the outline of each puzzle piece; the advanced side shows the shape only in silhouette. Why Is It Good for Vision: This game helps improves, visual attention, visual discrimination, and visual spatial awareness. Where to Buy: Amazon.com for $24.99

TV interview

Dr. Lisa Januskey was interviewed for an article found here:
Staring At Digital Devices Could Have Long-Term Effects, Doctors Say Look Away

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