Morphology Junior: Wednesday Giveaway :)

Today's giveaway is from Morphology Jr, who kindly sent me a free copy to review as well as send one to the winner of my giveaway. Just submit a quick comment and that's it. Winner will be chosen via random number generator, then I'll connect you with the right person to get your copy. 🙂 It lasts one week, so until next Wednesday. I am pretty sure you can decide whether you would want to win Morphology for teens/adults or the junior version. 

I received the junior version which I have briefly mentioned several times now in recent posts. I'm still waiting on feedback from a teacher, and we are on break for a few weeks, so I don't have it yet. I can tell you that I have used it with children younger than 8 by modifying the rules (and any OT worth her/his salt can figure out appropriate modifications), and that I for sure like the concept. I'd probably add in a few more “props” even for my older kids but overall, has a lot of potential for use in OT sessions, especially in regards to flexibility, visual memory, etc. 🙂 

Quote/links:

Both games embrace and encourage creativity as players BUILD words out of items – glass beads, colored cubes, string, wooden sticks, wooden people – for their teammates to guess. Think a 3-D version of Pictionary. We think Morphology could serve as a uniquely wonderful and interesting device to help your patients progress developmentally, socially and creatively. 
Here's an example of Morphology in action here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_KQkr_aAQw&feature=relmfuYou can learn more about both games and the company at www.MorphologyGames.com

Oct 25, 2012 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: 8

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