Video games are addictive for both kids and adults and The Eyeballing Game is no exception. This game tests your ability to see and make shapes, lines, and angles by allowing three tries at seven geometric tasks. An Ontario carpenter launched They Eyeballing Game in September 2009. Be careful- it is very addictive!
Games are a fun way to stimulate your brain. Change games often to be sure your brain function is always improving. These activities can even help you prepare for the SAT exam by training your brain to focus on one question at a time and staying focused for longer periods of time. For more information about preparing for the SAT and ACT test, visit the WilsonDailyPrep website.