The answer is physics! Velocity, gravitational force? Vertical motion? You can read about these terms in a physics book. Or sling those red birds across the screen in Angry Birds.
Kids love fascinating and fun topics like physics that they see in everyday life. Junior physics isn’t about theory or studying terms, instead it’s about observing and testing things in real life and via games. Climbing trees, jumping, flying and swinging are all physical experiments. Even babies love to knock down block structures before learning how to build them. Feed those curious minds and play together with your child, pointing out physics and topics that are relevant such as gravity, motion, heat and energy, and building simple machines.
Interested in physics? Read more from this amazing article on Wired here.
Try these games on Hatch Kids to learn more about physics:
Angry Birds Space
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