A cash register appears on the table, along with products and their prices. How much does it all cost? If you press the button with the correct answer, the register opens and you will hear: ka-ching as the money lands in the drawer! Play against each other or together. The players’ brains are put to work and finding the correct answer boosts their confidence. Who has solved the most sums correctly?
Make the game more fun
- Play against each other: who is the first to know how much the groceries cost in total?
- Name the goods that have to be paid for.
Level 5 games focus on the part of the brain that controls executive functions. Executive function is responsible for many skills, including planning and decision making. Note: level 5 games are too challenging for people in the middle and late stages of dementia.