Little games for big brains

A cognitive training program based on neuroscience that targets the skills for school success

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Working Memory

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Spatial Skills

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Selective Attention

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Reasoning

inhibition

Cognitive Flexibility

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Inhibitory Control

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Learn more about the science

Children with stronger working memory, inhibition and attentional skills show stronger gains in tests of early literacy and math.

Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University. 

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Testimonials

  • “I am an ABA therapist and work with a variety of children on the autism spectrum. I have been using it with my clients to help them improve their focus, ability to switch between tasks, etc. I find it very useful and I love that they enjoy it as a game!

    Yohanka A, Clinician
  • “Every classroom should have this app. I think it is wonderful and it will really benefit the classroom. The data is excellent and will help me lead my instruction.”

    Jaquetta Wallace, Head Teacher, Oakland Unified School District.
  • “It is hard to find educational (Mom-approved) apps that compete with Rovio; however, the boys have been asking for Kiko, so kudos to you and your development team.”

    Ryan K, Parent

Did you know

Gentle touch builds connections in the brain, creates a bond between parent and child, and plays an important part in lifelong interaction with others. Hug often!
When a child has an experience over and over, connections in the brain are strengthened—like a well-used trail in tall grass.
Research has shown that children learn best when learning is accompanied by fun.
A growing brain works on a ``use it or lose it`` principle, and synapses not used or stimulated early will be discarded.
A growing brain works on a ``use it or lose it`` principle, and synapses not used or stimulated early will be discarded.
A child develops the ability to reason by the age of five.