Lexington, SC — Locally owned educational game company, Magnobrain, has announced the successful distribution of over 750 sets of their educational games to youth organizations in Miami Dade and Broward County in Florida. The games where distributed through their “Inspire Me to Learn” initiative founded by a grant of $30,000 from the Aetna Foundation.
The concept of the games came from a need to help children succeed academically while enhancing academic vocabulary. Magnobrain games creates a fun and joy filled experience for children, parents and educators, leading to improved academic and social outcomes.
Today, Magnobrain board and card games are used by over 1,000 parents and teachers to create fun activities that are engaging and inspiring. The games were designed using the latest cognitive, psychological, and neurological research in neuroplasticity and memory. All their games are a great resource to reinforce what is being taught in the classroom and are specially designed with this in mind, allowing for easy integration into existing curriculum.
The mission of Magnobrain is to inspire learning through play with their revolutionary line of board and card games. These products can be used in educational programs or at home where families can learn and play together. The benefits include developing vocabulary skills, encouraging families to play together and empower kids with words, creating joyful learners.