These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops knowledge about life science by pulling handles and making sure their plant has enough sunlight and water.
Your child gains familiarity reading and analyzing graphically represented quantitative data by helping a zookeeper keep track of his animals.
Your child will learn a wide variety of facts about different ecosystems on the planet (e.g., Amazon rainforest, Savanna, Rockies, Barrier reef etc.) by playing games with animals and reading about them.
Your child practices measuring and comparing the weight of objects by selecting the right combination of boxes that together meet a target weight.
Your child will understand basic concepts about physical behavior of objects by playing a variety of physics games.
Your child learns about science experimentation choosing different materials and seeing which keep the bowl warmest for the longest amount of time.
Your child develops astronomy knowledge by experimenting to find out how long it takes for the earth and moon to orbit the sun.
Your child develops knowledge about micro-organisms by finding them in the picture and reading their descriptions.
Your child learns about food chains while answering questions about what different animals eat.
Your child learns about different African animals and develops cognitive skills by making their own safari documentary movie.