These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
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 the concept of economics and the exchange of goods for money by solving difficult problems and unlocking key parts to the map.
Your child will develop cognitive skills in this physics game in which the objective is to grab the target by swinging the character by the arm and releasing it at the right moment.
Your develops advanced spatial reasoning and problem solving skills by drawing solutions to complex visual challenges.
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 expands his or her problem solving skills by helping Tom construct a elaborate contraption to trap Jerry.
Your child learns about life in Colonial America by answering riddles to get through a maze.
Your child develops strategic thinking by rotating the screen with the goal of matching all the similar colored blocks.
Your child develops strategic thinking and problem solving skills by placing fences around houses and matching the number on the houses to the area of the fence.
Your child will practice problem solving and listening skills while helping Peppa build a new house.