Primary Category: Vision
Subcategories: Visual Scanning, Short Term Memory, Concentration, Eye/Hand Coordination
Description of how the game can be used to fit the categories: This Little Einstein’s version of the classic game Bingo is a fun way for players to develop a variety of skills. Visual scanning can be practiced while playing this game because when the player is looking for the item that was spun on the spinner on their playing card, they must scan the card to see if the item is on their card. Visual scanning is also incorporated because the players must scan their card to see if they have 5 tokens in a row. This means they have Bingo and have won the game. Short term memory is practiced while playing this game because once the player hears the item that is called, they must remember it so they can look for it on their card. Concentration is involved in the game Bingo because the players must be able to focus on the game and the items that are called to hopefully be able to get a Bingo. Eye/hand coordination is required in this game because the player must find the item on their card if they have it and then place a token over it so they can see if they have a Bingo. Eye/hand coordination is also involved when the player must spin the spinner to see what item is being called.
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