Wooden Tower Stacking Gamepuzzle043
Nice and entertainment
Son #2 is autistic, and this game has been a great tool for him. He's very high-functioning, but he does get over-stimulated at times, and patience is a big problem. So, this game has been perfect for helping with that. He does still get impatient with the game and wants to rush, but he's little by little learning to slow down so the tower doesn't fall. I will caution that these pieces are small, so this is definitely not for small children or kids who tend to put things in their mouth, but it's good for working on hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, as well as patience and thinking outside the box.
I love to play this game with my daughter, helping her learn and at the same time having fun.
Game teaches the use creativity.
My 5 y.o. granddaughter was thrilled with this gift and we immediately played multiple times.