Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Brain Fitness with Chocolate?

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.  

Hi,hi.

Ahhh, chocolate.  I'm not really sure I like the taste of it, or I've just convinced myself over the years that I do!  

Let's face it, we are kinda taught that we love chocolate.  Especially us girls!  If she's mad, or indisposed, throw that girl some chocolate!  ha!   Am I right?  

Well anyway, I kind of misled ya with the title of the post...as the product I am reviewing today is called: Brain Fitness Chocolate Fix Board Game.


This is a  Sudoku-Style Logic Game that I think is just cute as Christmas.  This game has 80 different levels to play through, and it is not something one just whips right through.  My first logical test came in learning to follow the directions, once I got that down, I was on my way to solving the puzzles provided with the game.

As we age, we must do puzzle type games to keep our minds active.  This is just such a game.  Also, the booklet included gives the solution on a different page, so one is not tempted to glance over to see the solution.

This is a well made, heavy duty plastic pieces game.  I can see it lasting for many years.  One can play it alone, or challenge others to see who can solve the puzzle the fastest.

This little snippet is all from me;  As a Nurse, I also see this as being beneficial to someone recovering from a stroke.  Not necessarily the game part of it, at the beginning, but the sorting of the pieces into colors and placing them into the tray.  The pieces are just the right size to help re-develop fine motor skills that may have been diminished.  I can't help myself, I always look for different ways things can be used, and this just popped right out at me.

One may read more about this game and others offered by visiting their Website

One may purchase Brain Fitness Chocolate Fix Board Game on Amazon.

WISHING MUCH LOVE AND HAPPINESS TO YOU ALL!

VICKI

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.