Skills at practice with ARTb:

Each book description specifies which sub-group of skill sets are most highlighted with each series of activities.

In addition to the research on why these skills and capabilities are beneficial, we would like to draw your attention to another aspect of ARTb:

We are a paper-based, low tech action activity solution for people with a wide spectrum of needs. Research is beginning to surface on why it may be important to have more low-tech activities in our lives and learning environments. We are proud to be creating specifically to meet this need for tangible learning in the physical world.

Screen Addiction…Is there such a thing? 

The word “addiction” may currently be attracting controversy, but you don’t need a doctor’s official pronouncement to work on putting the devices down more often — or to encourage your kids to do so as well. ~NPR


Steve Jobs was a low tech parent

Why Steve Jobs and Bill Gates both severely limited their kids’ tech use

A Silicon Valley School that Doesn’t Compute

Too much tech? An argument for keeping schools low tech

An MIT psychologist explains why so many tech moguls send their kids to anti-tech schools