These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child will expand knowledge of the concept of book and understand that printed materials provide information by collecting books to free captured Don Quixote.
Your child practices strategic thinking and memory skills by planning out the best route for a baby chick to reach its mother hen and then successfully leading the chick along that path after the image disappears.
Your child will develop problem solving skills and an understanding of spatial relations by interacting with movable elements on the game board to channel sea water to all the baby whales.
Your child develops their spatial awareness and counting skills by counting cubes.
Your child develops matching skills and learns about shadows while helping Sid with this shadow show.
Your child learns a multitude of important interpersonal, math, and reading skills as they help the grumpy old troll become the thankful old troll with Dora and Boots.
Your child develops spatial relations skills by following white arrows and finding the seals.
Your child will practice hand eye coordination and sorting skills by navigating a submarine through the ocean to avoid mines and collect stars.
Your child develops spatial reasoning and logical thinking skills as he or she travels to different places in their neighborhood.
Your child practices spatial reasoning skills by extending a bridge to the appropriate length to successfully cross to the next rooftop.