Targeted activities are activities, often games, which involve targeting a specific skill for each individual within a group setting. Targets may or may not be the same for each child. For example, for one child a game could be targeting turn-taking skills, and for another child the same game could be targeting patience and awareness of others. Targeted activities can be just a few minutes long, or extended activities; they could include completing a puzzle, taking turns jumping on a trampoline, trying a new food or playing a boardgame. The sole purpose of these activities is to assess and improve the specific target or targets set for each client.