Brain Fitness Knot So Fast
Knot-tying is a critical skill for firefighters, fishermen, and physicians. Not just a valuable skill, knot-tying helps develop spatial awareness and manual dexterity.
This Brain Fitness version of Knot So Fast is designed as a single-player game. Choose a challenge from the six major knot categories, tie the knot shown, then do it again from memory! You will flex your mental muscles and fine motor skills as you tackle 40 different challenges.
Players: Single Player
Skill: Visual Perception and Reasoning
review by Flanders Family Homelife
”Not only does Knot So Fast hone one’s powers of observation, but it teaches a useful skill simulataneously.”Read the Review
review by A to Z Learning Adventures
”I love to practice the knots to see how quickly I can get them completed and my 8-year-old likes to take Knot So Fast in the car. It is a great game for the individual that is on-the-go or as a quiet time activity.”Read the Review
My daughter loves this! I got it as an additional challenge tool for her, and she practices every day. Great for hand/eye coordination, and really challenges her critical thinking!
My son loves this!
Got this for my son. He loves it! Even my 16 year old plays with it.
Great for hand eye coordination.
Might have to buy a second one!
I love how my son has to use his hand eye coordination to do it. It can be challenging and I’ve had to help him. But it is a good skill to have, especially in Boy Scouts!
This is a puzzle project not a knot tying book. There is a picture of the knot and the student has to figure out how to tie it from only the picture. There are no directions. As a thinking game it's great; the students have a different medium to figure something out, but if your looking for a knot tying book, I would suggest something from an outdoor store (that's a minus one star). Also, as another commentator stated, the included rope is poor quality and frays quickly, but that was easily fixed with a quick stop to the local hardware for some colorful climbing rope (that's why I subtracted a second star).