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Game Review: IQ Steps

[The Playful Otter]

Work on visual discrimination, visual closure, figure ground, visual form constancy, spatial relations, executive functions, manual dexterity, in-hand manipulation, frustration tolerance, process skills, play and leisure exploration and participation

In the box: Plastic playing board/carrying case, puzzle booklet with 120 challenges, 8 plastic pieces

A portable game that will challenge the visual perceptual and problem solving skills of the brightest. It measurers roughly 5 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ and could fit in a purse or pocket. The object of the game is to place the 8 pieces on the board with no hangover. The pieces are made of rings and the rings for each color are molded together so that they take up two tiers. Sounds simple enough. These types of puzzles are so not me. I hate to admit it, but I took one piece out of the case and it took me 10 minutes to put it back in. For a minute I thought I would have to go get a Ziplock bag. And that was with the other seven pieces

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