These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns about colors and objects they typically embody by watching this video with black and white drawings, and guessing which colors should fill in the objects.
Your child learns which surfaces introduce the most friction as they try to knock a tower over.
Your child develops matching skills and learns about shadows while helping Sid with this shadow show.
Your child learns how tracing a shadow of a stationary object at different times can show how the sun moves through the sky over the course of a day.
Your child learns about balance by discovering which combination of birds and seeds will create balance.
Your child develops exploration/curiosity, color recognition, and art skills by mixing together different primary colors to paint a picture with Curious George.
Your child learns about sunlight and shadow, distance and relative size, and redirecting light in this video where Peep and Quack search for the sun.
Your child learns how excavating machines work by watching this fun video.
Your child learns how to create puppets using paper and scissors, and how to put on a shadow puppet show by directing a light source onto a bed sheet.
Your child develops understanding of how objects move by aiming and hitting golf balls around obstacles on a mini-golf course. Angles are focused on as your child practices bouncing the ball off walls to navigate obstacles.