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The ifocus and Rollin with the Rangers

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There is no doubt about it that children are a parent’s number one priority. All parents want to see their kids grow up to do great things, but all children struggle with one thing or another. As a parent you might feel helpless or lost as to how to best approach the issue. The ifocus system is designed to help you as a parent to pin point and tackle problems that you child might be having.

*FOCUS ON FITNESS provides you with everything you need to help you and your child to get motivated and active without it feeling like you’re going to the gym. It comes with information on how to get your child excited about exercise, ideas on how to get them exercising more and having fun doing it. It even has a mini 6 week calendar that maps out fun activities everyday that will keep your child happy their body healthy.

*FOCUS ON FOOD gives you help picking out the foods that your child will need to keep them in tip top shape. This will teach you how to look out for certain chemicals and things to avoid when you are shopping that could have negative effects on your child. It will teach you how to properly build a balanced diet for your child and it even comes with a few 7 day diet guides with suggestions on the back. Absolutely any information you will need to make sure your child is getting the most nutritious food while still loving what they are eating is right here.

*FOCUS ON BEHAVIOR teaches you how to target the source of a particular undesirable behavior and how to work with your child to understand why he or she is acting that way all while building self-esteem for your child. They will give you advice such as getting your child’s teacher in on the process or really anyone that your child looks up to.

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*JUNGLE RANGERS is designed to improve your child’s memory, focus and attention span by simply doing what most kids already want to do: play video games. Designed for ages 6-12 this intuitive game puts your child in the shoes of the Rangers tasked with saving the jungle from the evil Dr Bearbeard through a series of mini games that will challenge your child to memorize patterns, numbers and events in a way that boosts their mental capabilities. The best part about the game is that it is self adjusting. Meaning that the game itself will become easier of harder depending on how well your child is doing. This depletes any frustrations that children might have and the game just becomes fun, but they are also learning.


The ifocus system comes with everything above which also includes CDs with interviews from Michael Wendt  (Fitness), Elizabeth Strickland (Food), Dr. Roxana Vernescu (Behavior) and Kimberly Kerns and Jason Leon (Jungle Rangers) that will explain the science behind the ifocus system in their respective fields.

To see for yourself simply go to the ifocus website and order your copy today.


James Arledge
James Arledgehttp://youtube.com/good2knowgames
James is a passionate gamer and artist. He attended ITT Technical Institute and received an Associates Degree in Graphic Design, which led him to get an internship with The Heat Magazine as a Graphic Designer. His passion for gaming has led him to create and take the title of Editor-in-Chief of good2knowgames on the world's premiere video platform, You Tube. The video game industry is rapidly growing and that is something James strives to continue to be an integral part of, for many years to come.


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