It’s all about practice!

Children wear a heart rate monitor as they play that controls the level of difficulty in the games.  As their heart rates go up, the games get harder to play. The challenges are designed with just the right amount of difficulty:  too much, and kids will feel frustrated; not enough and the games won’t be fun to play. 

Kids learn to control their emotions by developing skills to regulate during gameplay which then translates into the real world at times of stress. Click the image below to learn more.


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