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eReflect Highlights Interactive Vocabulary Games In Ultimate Vocabulary 2015


New York City, NY (PRWEB) January 16, 2015

eReflect, the designer of vocabulary software Ultimate Vocabulary™ 2015, recently published a post giving details on more than 8 of the compelling and highly interactive vocabulary games people can play using the program. These games allow users to build their vocabulary while having fun. Ultimate Vocabulary™2015 is a polished and feature-packed vocabulary program. that combines instruction, activities, exercises, and games to make learning more fun, eReflect says. Games are a surefire way to ensure that users put in the time on acquiring a new skill or knowledge to make it one that is truly mastered and solidified. Vocabulary development is no different; by practicing vocabulary knowledge through fun games, users will be able to significantly improve word retention. As eReflect stated today, “If you have trouble remembering new words or don’t really know when it’s best to use them, one way to overcome this is by playing vocabulary games. Vocabulary games help you build your vocabulary and at the same time remember the words you play with. It’s all a matter of knowledge mastery through fun.”

eReflect explains some of the vocabulary games users can play on Ultimate Vocabulary 2015, including Hangman, Vocab Match, Word Finder, and Word Recall. Another game, Unscramble, is one of the most popular games in the vocabulary builder. In this game, the user is asked to figure out the proper order of the displayed letters in order to create a valid, English word. The word comes from one of the user’s targeted word lists, making it an easy way to learn and review new vocabulary words. To motivate players, the game awards them hint helps if they want some help when they cannot guess the scrambled word at first.

Crossword is a classic vocabulary game also available in the program, and it’s one that helps people master vocabulary knowledge through interactive play. Hangman is another program on Ultimate Vocabulary™ based on a popular pencil-and-paper version of a game. In the software’s version, the user is provided with a word definition that helps them figure out the word using the letter prompts. In this way, users learn how a word is spelled while they’re also reviewing the definition of the word, which helps provide a more complete learning experience.

For the full list of word games available on Ultimate Vocabulary™ users can check eReflect’s latest blog post here.

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For more information on how you can benefit from Ultimate Vocabulary, please visit its official website, http://www.ultimatevocabulary.com.

About Ultimate Vocabulary™

Ultimate Vocabulary provides a proven and powerful platform, built to improve anyone’s vocabulary.

The interactive self-improvement system provides more learning tools than any other program on the market, as well as more information on words.

The Ultimate Vocabulary software provides each and every user with a personal computer tutor. Providing a step-by-step guide to learning a powerful vocabulary, Ultimate Vocabulary is the learning tool everyone can benefit from.

Of course, the software is also backed by eReflect’s iron-clad money back guarantee.







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LearningRx Builds the Smart Mom’s Toy Box: 25 Brain-Building Toys & Games Under $20

(PRWEB) December 03, 2014

For parents in search of toys that are both fun and educational, brain training company LearningRx has put together “The Smart Mom’s Toy Box.” The toys have all been selected by Dr. Toy (Stevanne Auerbach) for inclusion in her Magic Toy Box (http://www.magictoybox.org), and every toy is under $ 20. Her Magic Toy Box is a collection of handpicked educational, development, and skill-building products that have made one of her four annual award programs, including Best Vacation Toys, Best Green Toys, Best Classic Toy, and Best Toys for that year.

    “Parents don’t need to break the bank to get quality toys that build cognitive skills,” says Tanya Mitchell of LearningRx Colorado Springs. “All of the toys in the Smart Mom’s Toy Box cost less than $ 20 and you can help strengthen a child’s processing speed by using a stopwatch for certain activities. These 25 games have been chosen for their educational benefits; they help strengthen a variety of cognitive skills—like memory, auditory and visual processing, attention, processing speed, and logic & reasoning—which are the essential tools needed to learn, memorize, process, and recall information. But to kids—they’re just fun toys!”

Here’s a sample of some items from “The 2014 Smart Mom’s Toy Box”:

1.    Classic Peg Game by ToySmith ($ 2.99)

Jump pegs, removing them as you go, with a goal to get down to just one remaining peg.

Cognitive skills: logic & reasoning, planning, strategy, attention

2.    Show Me the Kwan by Griddly Games ($ 19.99)

Roll the dice and be the first to choose the letter that matches the category for that round. Then earn points as you call out words where either the first, second or last letter corresponds to the letter that was rolled.

Cognitive skills: auditory & visual processing, attention, processing speed

For a list of games and the skills they strengthen, visit: http://www.unlocktheeinsteininside.com. For the full version of the Smart Mom’s Toy Box, call (719) 264-8808 or visit media.learningrx.com/the2014smartmom/

About LearningRx

LearningRx brain training specializes in treating the cause––not the symptoms––of learning struggles. The programs’ game-like exercises and one-to-one trainer-to-student ratios provide lasting and dramatic improvement in as little as 12 to 24 weeks. With 90 centers across the country, LearningRx brain training can help anyone—from 5 to 85— enjoy the life-changing benefits of better brain performance. http://www.learningrx.com

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