These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns about United States history and culture by going on a scavenger hunt with Samantha in 1904 New York.
Your child learns about prioritization and develops spatial reasoning skills by serving customers their food orders via making three-way matches.
Your child learns about economics and the roles of buyers and sellers, as well as basic Spanish language vocabulary by going on an adventure looking for goods with with Josefina at the Santa Fe Market.
Your child develops abstract thinking and spatial reasoning by creating a viable maze solution.
Your child learns about war time and history by watching this video about Molly and then playing games.
Your child learns about following ordered directions and the process of making honey by helping Kirsten make honey for her school book fundraiser.
Your child learns about the early American Indians journey in this game like the Oregon Trail, in which your child must make decisions that shape the outcome of the journey.
Your child develops fine motor skills, an understanding of health and nutrition and spatial reasoning by playing a variety of games related to ice skating.
Your child develops spelling skills by highlighting letters in a cookie jar in order to create words.
Your child develops typing skills by typing words quickly to make the jets disappear.