Kids love and are challenged by Mind Hurdles: Having Fun with States & Capitals in the United State – Interactive Quiz Book. Its interactive multiple-choice format not only makes it a favorite among books for children, but it is also a wonderfully fun game that painlessly shows your child which capital belongs with each state.
What does interactive mean? While it is multiple-choice, it is vastly improved over the typical multiple-choice format. When a wrong answer is given, the game keeps prompting your child back to the question until the right answer is chosen. The game also congratulates your child when the correct answer is selected.
Imagine your child being the first and possibly the only one in the class who already knows the states and their capitals? A panel of life-long educators designed this fun to read and fast-paced states and capitals game book. As with all the Mind Hurdles books, its contents are overseen by the Mind Hurdles Advisory Board.
As parents, we have all had the experience of trying to keep our kids occupied during doctor’s appointments, standing in grocery store lines, flying in a plane, or riding cross-country in a car. Like most responsible parents, you probably cringe at the idea of giving your child fluff to read. You can feel confident that this states and capitals quiz book is a 50 states game that will not only merely entertain and occupy your child, but it will also improve his or her mind at the same time.
NOTE: To ensure that your little one has the best experience, please use the INSTRUCTIONS (as this is a Kindle game and not a regular Kindle book, follow the blue links after the game starts ~ please DO NOT use the page back and forth arrows).
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With over forty years experience teaching children and with five grandchildren, I’m constantly amazed by what grabs and keeps their attention. I’ve noticed through the years that the activities that are most likely to accomplish this are the ones that require them to actively participate. For example, when they were young, they were much more interested in doing something they could pickup, move or point to as opposed to an activity where they had to simply sit still and watch. That’s where the idea for Mind Hurdles came into being. The Mind Hurdles books are INTERACTIVE, and are thus more interesting and challenging.