Primary Category: Vision
Subcategories: Problem Solving, Visual Scanning, Life Skills, Concentration
Description of how the game can be used to fit the categories: The Playskool Go-Together puzzle game practices a variety of skills for the player. Problem solving skills are incorporated into this game because the player must figure out what item is associated with the puzzle piece they have. For example, if the player has a hotdog, they must find the matching puzzle piece that has a hotdog bun because the hotdog and the bun go together. Visual scanning is involved in this task because the players must scan their environment to look at all the different puzzle pieces to determine the piece that matches the one they have. Life skills are included in this game because the players learn which items are associated with others. This can help them learn what items can be used to go together to complete tasks as well. Concentration is required for this task because the players must focus on all of the pieces they have and think about what pieces may go together. This requires the player to focus on all of the pieces and practically think of items that could be associated with each other.
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