Timocco’s didactic games – Hungry Frog, Dig It and Feed the Rabbits – are designed to improve motor and cognitive skills and they help kids learn important things like number and color recognition, math skills, quantity perception and more!
We’ve added some how-to videos to our Youtube channel to help therapists and players see how the games are played and we’ve added some useful tips. You can find the clips below.
Help our hungry frog catch her dinner by pointing her tongue and catching the number of flies reflected on her tummy. Hungry Frog is designed to improve number recognition, counting, quantity perception, sequencing and attention. The motion-based nature of Timocco’s games means kids also work on motor skills when they play – so Hungry Frog also helps develop motor control and accuracy, crossing of midline and increases range of movement.
Help Timmy the Mole find the right sum that equals the number on his belly! Dig It is designed to improve cognitive skills like number recognition and math skills – and motor skills like motor control, accuracy and efficiency as well as increasing range of motion.
Feed the Rabbits helps kids learn color recognition, perception and matching – they need to match the color of the bucket with the rabbits that are the same color. Along the way children need to follow a precise and challenging path between the bucket and the rabbits which helps improve motor control, accuracy and efficiency, as well as bilateral coordination and reaction speed.
All the games are fully configurable with a range of option settings available in each game’s control panel. We hope you find these clips helpful – if you have a question, or you’d like to comment about one of the games we’d be really happy to hear from you!