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Game Review: Rush Hour

[Source:  Miss Jaime OT]

Don’t you just love when you find a toy that works on a ton of different skills?  As a pediatric OT, these kinds of toys are my absolute favorite!

Plus, it works on so many different skills!

  • Visual Perceptual Skills
  • Spatial Orientation
  • Left-Right Directionality
  • Direction Following
  • Sequencing
  • Problem Solving
  • Fine Motor Skills

The game comes in different levels with cards ranging from beginner, junior, intermediate, advanced, to expert. The beginner card only has a few trains on it.

There are different versions of “Rush Hour” Game.  The original version features an Ice Cream truck that needs to get out of the traffic. The harder version is called “Railroad Rush Hour”.  Both versions have cards ranging from easy to difficult.

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