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Celebrate National Puzzle Day with LearningRx - All Week Long + Special Offer!

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Celebrate National Puzzle Day with LearningRx -Special savings on Assessments all week long!



LearningRx is challenging you to put your puzzle-building skills to the test ... a brain skills test!


January 26 through February 2, LearningRx is offering $50 off of your Cognitive Skills Assessment (regularly $199). The results can help decide what steps to take in strengthening certain cognitive skills.



Puzzle facts:


* Jigsaw puzzles originated in the 1760s when maps were pasted onto wood and dissected.


* In 2008, more than 15,000 people in Ravensburg, Germany assembled a nearly 6,500-square-foot puzzle in town square. The puzzle had 1,141,800 pieces.


* In the 1930s, puzzle manufacturer Einson Freeman convinced a toothbrush company to give away a puzzle with every toothbrush purchase. More than one million toothbrushes sold.


3 Resources:


* Puzzle strategies:


* Here are 4 tips to help your child finish a puzzle:


http://ezinearticles.com/?Jigsaw-Puzzle-Strategy---4-Main-Routes-to-Finishing-That-Puzzle&id=3442806


* Free puzzles online:


Lots of free jigsaw puzzles for all ages that kids can do online:


http://www.thekidzpage.com/onlinejigsawpuzzles/animals/index.html


* Free "Games for Skills" Chart:


 Find out which common, inexpensive games build certain cognitive skills at:


http://www.unlocktheeinsteininside.com/.


$50 off Cognitive Skills Assessment


$50 off of a Cognitive Skills Assessment ($199 value)!  Coupon is transferable. Please feel free to share this with friends and family. Not to be combined with other offers.Offer Expires: Saturday, February 2, 2013Call or email us today to schedule your Assessment!


770-529-4800


kennesawdfi@learningrx.net


 


3420 Acworth Due West Rd NW


Kennesaw, GA 30144


 www.learningrx.com/kennesaw


 


"Puzzles are great because they help strengthen important brain skills. These include things like attention, visual processing, planning and spatial reasoning. They're especially important for younger children, because a foundation of strong cognitive skills makes learning easier later."
Kristen Thompson, Owner
LearningRx Kennesaw

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