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   LaQ encourages the growth of a child's mind

Nihon University Professor and Doctor of Medical Science Dr.Akio Mori

Playing with LaQ encourages the growth of a child’s brain by stimulating the temporal association cortex where information of colors and shapes is transmitted, the parietal association area related to detecting spatial positions, the cerebellum and motor area, which influence dexterity and motor coordination.

When playing with LaQ, information of shapes and colors is sent to the prefrontal region of the brain where decisions are made on what steps are necessary to imagine and create a shape that does not exist yet. After doing research on a child’s brain while playing with LaQ, I have confirmed that the neural network of both the left and right brain, become highly active.

LaQ is recommended as an ideal toy to aid the growth of the brain. It is also an ideal toy for children and parents to communicate with each other by sharing ideas on how to piece the blocks together.




The right brain, also known as the unconscious brain used for intuitive thinking, is stimulated by using imagination, expressiveness, and color coordination when playing with the colorful LaQ parts. The left brain, also known as the conscious brain used for language abilities is stimulated by using concentration, mathematical, and logical thinking when piecing the LaQ parts together to create the shape envisioned in the child's mind.

The photographs above show the brain of an 8 year old boy's brain at a resting state, and also when playing with LaQ. The red areas show where brain movement is the most active. Our researches show that a child's brain is equally stimulated in the right and left side of the brain when playing with LaQ in comparison from when the brain is in a resting state.