Working memory is the brain’s engine that powers learning. It is so important that it can affect how well a child performs academically at school. If we want our children to be successful in life, working memory is one of the qualities we should be aiming to develop. It is no surprise, therefore, that all prodigies have been found to be in the 99th percentile for working memory ability.
Most online brain training programs we have seen so far are usually designed for adults. Even when I’ve tried letting my boys train with them, I find that many of the training games are not appropriate for them. Jungle Memory is unique because it is specifically developed for children and they offer far more resources than your average brain training app.
About Jungle Memory
Developed from cutting-edge science, Jungle Memory is an online brain trainer for children that helps to develop working memory. Intended for children age 7 to 16 years old, Jungle Memory is scientifically proven to boost learning outcomes for students.
Research on Jungle Memory
Jungle Memory improves cognitive skills:
To determine the efficacy of memory training in improving cognitive skills, we randomly allocated high school-aged students with learning difficulties into one of two groups. The Training group participated in an interactive working memory training program (Jungle Memory), while the Control group received targeted educational support for an equivalent amount of time. All participants were tested on measures of vocabulary, academic attainment (spelling and arithmetic), and working memory before and after training.
Results: The findings indicate that the Training group performed significant better in working memory, vocabulary, and math post-training, while the Control group did not show any substantial improvement.
- Journal of Interactive Learning Research (July, 2012)
Jungle Memory helps students with dyxlexia:
Students (with dyslexia) aged between 8 to 16 years old participated in an 8-week brain training program (Jungle Memory). Students who used the training program regularly had higher IQ and working memory scores, compared to those who only trained once a week and those who did not train at all. Even their language scores were higher after training. When they were tested again 8 months later, they still showed the same improvements in grades, working memory, and IQ.
Jungle Memory produces sustained results:
Students were allocated into one of three groups: Nonactive Control, Active Control, where they trained once a week (WMT-Low frequency); Training group, where they trained four times a week (WMT-High frequency). All three groups were tested on measures of working memory, verbal and nonverbal ability, and academic attainment before training; and re-tested on the same measures after training, as well as 8 months later. The data indicate gains in both verbal and visuo-spatial working memory tasks for the high-frequency Training group. Improvements were also evidenced in tests of verbal and nonverbal ability tests, as well as spelling, in the high-frequency Training group. There were some maintenance effects when students were tested 8 months later.
- Computers in Human Behavior (May, 2014)
What Will You Get?
Sign up for an 8 Week Subscription for US$49.99 (use our promotional code figur8 to get 15% off your subscription price) and receive:
- complete access to Jungle Memory’s suite of games each scientifically designed to improve Working Memory
- an adaptive program that is easy enough for a 7 year old to use but challenging enough for a 16 year old
- an online program that allows your child to train anywhere there is a computer with internet access
- the ability to suspend your account if you go on a holiday or when you need to take a break
- a progress tracker – for parents to review your child’s progress
- a log tracker - to help you and your child keep track of their training frequency (Jungle Memory works best when played 4 times a week)
In addition to the online training program, you will also receive:
1. Bonus Booklets
- What Working Memory is
- Where it is in the brain
- How it is more important than IQ
- Why smart kids sometimes struggle
- How to eat and sleep for better Working Memory
- First-hand experience in the classroom
- How to improve Working Memory
2. Bonus Videos
Receive access to an exclusive 10-part video series by Dr. Tracy Alloway on how and why Working Memory is the most important tool for getting good grades, whatever your student’s situation.
Money Back Guarantee
If your child plays four times a week and does not experience an improvement in Working Memory, you get your money back.
Eleni, Teacher, Canada:
In many cases we also saw improvements in reading, math and writing and increased academic persistence and focus in the classroom. One student had not improved in his reading levels for over a year and a half and was able to progress 3 levels after training. Other students made considerable progress in all the games and consistently showed global improvement in the classroom.
Fay, SENCO, UK:
One of our pupils who had previously been tested as having a short term working memory of 77 Standardised Score was recently reassessed, having completed your programme twice, and his SS is now 104!
Evelyn, Academic Counselor:
I assessed a 13 year old boy with a 7% in auditory memory and after the summer on Jungle Memory, his score is up to 70%! The parents are very grateful.
Emma, Mother and Teacher:
I am thrilled at Jasmine’s meteoric improvements and can only attribute them to Jungle Memory. Jasmine continues to go from strength to strength with her memory skills. She received a memory certificate in school last week, which I thought would make you smile. She’s certainly never received any kind of accolade for her memory skills before!
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