RJB3 Games has created an engaging educational tool that develops critical thinking skills. Albert’s Insomnia is disguised as a game and can be adapted for all ages. The game was introduced to the public at the 2010 NAGC (National Association of Gifted Children’s Conference) at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Albert’s Insomnia comes fully equipped for the educator to easily differentiate the level of play based on the student’s abilities and skill levels. The game holds the attention of all ages, from those just starting to add up to those doing algebra. Play begins easily to get them “hooked.” Interaction between players, varying levels of competition and progressively more challenging problems will keep them wanting more. It is also a wonderful way to help ADD/ADHD students improve their concentration. Albert’s Insomnia is a rare game that can be played with the entire class, small groups, or even by yourself!