@AngryBirds, #Autism and the imagination

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I posted about this before but I wanted to share this because I’m really having fun and so is Emmett.

Elliott got an Angry Birds game while he was in the Hamptons this past summer.

Emmett has sorta taken it over and Elliott’s been really good about that.  Emmett and I spent many afternoons building our own levels and using our imaginations. 

For something as simple as this game is,  it really is a lot of fun. 

We take turns building levels and flinging the Angry Birds at the egg stealing, green piggies. 

I would highly recommend this game as it will pass the time, encourage use of your imagination and have you spending time with your kids.  🙂


Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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@LorcaDamon Just read your post – glad you guys like the game 🙂


@AngryBirds There are tons of games that just really work well for kids with autism. Finger tip control vs complicated keyboard strokes…


@LorcaDamon Really good to know, and it makes us happy to hear. Have they given Bad Piggies a try?


@AngryBirds NO, I've never heard of it! I'll have to check it out…