Primary Category: ADL Development
Subcategories: Academics, Problem Solving, Visual Perception, Visual Scanning
Description of how the game can be used to fit the categories: The 2-Sided World Map Puzzle is a fun educational tool that can be used to teach players about geography. Academics are involved in this activity because the players can learn about the physical world map and the political world map when they complete this puzzle. Problem solving skills are required for this activity because the players must figure out which side of the puzzle piece they need to use to put the puzzle together as well as where the piece needs to go to make the puzzle. Visual perception skills are necessary for this activity because the player must look at the two sides of the puzzle piece and determine which side they need to make the puzzle that they are creating. This requires them to perceive which side of the puzzle they are looking at and make a decision based on that information. Visual scanning is required for this activity because the players must scan the environment to find which puzzle piece they need for the puzzle they are making.
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