These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
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 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 real world math concepts by filling up a basket with the correct amount of vegetables.
Your child learns about the natural resources on our planet and the different types of communities people live in.
Your child develops problem-solving skills by figuring the correct order of steps colonial brickmakers used to make their bricks.
Your child develops money handling skills by helping Ed save money to buy things from the store.
Your child learns about the earth's resources by watching an animation about the planet.
Your child develops an understanding of the costs and benefits of the various ways communities can be powered by choosing from a variety of power sources taking into consideration the price, power output, and impact to humans.
Your child develops cognitively by managing a bakery's operations.
Your child develops their historical understanding by identifying the era in which people and inventions existed.