Rachael Ballard, Public Relations for Let’s Choose
Children Learn Responsibility and Decision-Making Skills through Play
Let’s Choose™ releases Choice-a-Quence and Centsible Kids games to help impact social skills, behavior and language development using hypothetical situations
CHICAGO, IL, August 7, 2013 – To help teach children that actions have real-life consequences and how they can better make informed decisions, Let’s Choose™, the developer of games that build a common language for teaching decision-making and consequences, introduces two hands-on decision-making games -- Choice-a-Quence and Centsible Kids. These easy-to-play games encourage children to use their knowledge and their best judgment to make good choices...