These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops strategic thinking and an understanding of early history by going on a journey to safely deliver mail to New Orleans.
Your child gains familiarity of colonial occupations as well as spatial reasoning skills by completing challenge along the way of delivering a midnight message.
Your child learns about United States history and culture by going on a scavenger hunt with Samantha in 1904 New York.
Your child develops civic and societal understanding by answering trivia questions about the US Post Office.
Your child learns about Ancient Egyptian civilization by exploring an old tomb, collecting artifacts, and using those artifacts as clues to discover who is buried in the tomb.
Your child learns about war time and history by watching this video about Molly and then playing games.
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 develops vocabulary and concept development by playing an Abraham Lincoln themed word search puzzle.
Your child learns about following ordered directions and the process of making honey by helping Kirsten make honey for her school book fundraiser.