These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops an understanding of diabetes and health by taking care of a diabetic dog, and figuring out how much insulin to feed him.
Your child learns about Pavlov's dog experiment by training their dog to drool on demand.
Your child develops an understanding of the immune system by moving Granulocyte cells and destroying bacteria before the body gets sick.
Your child develops an understanding of the right and left side of the brain by going through an adventure and identifying different ways the brain works.
Your child develops an understanding of the cell cycle by helping aliens decide which step is appropriate to follow.
Your child develops knowledge about Malaria by navigating their parasite through red blood cells.
Your child learns about the ear by exploring games, activities and simulations.
Your child develops an understanding of how malaria is spread through mosquitoes by navigating their mosquito and collecting blood.
Your child learns about nutrition by feeding chickens with foods containing Vitamin B1 in order to save the chickens from the disease beriberi.
Your child learns about health with guide Wilma by finding out which specific bacteria causes tuberculosis via the same method that Robert Koch used in the late 19th century.