Games about Academy

Academy games prepare children for skills they will learn in school. Games lay groundwork for learning how to read, write, do math but also how the world around us works!

Billions and billions of stars! Astronomy is about everything outside our Earth - like the stars, Moon and the galaxies around us. Even though it's one of the oldest sciences there are, there's still plenty of new things to discover. Exploring the solar system through games is an endless inspiration for imagination. Learn more
Life on earth, that's pretty exciting! Animals, humans and plants, all endless sources of fun topics to study. What about the rest of the universe? That's covered too when you study biology. Learn more
Who says chemistry is boring? It can't be because it's everything from studying what stuff is made of to how it works. From cooking to mixing paints, understanding fireworks to checking out crystal formations, it's so exciting. Learn more
How doesn't love looking at a treasure maps? Kids can learn geographic concepts such as maps, globes, countries and continents, main directions and use of a compass from age 3 onwards.Learn more
It's a great gift for the child's future to teach them to love math and be comfortable with numbers early. From age 2, kids are able to learn the core skills required for problem solving such as classifying, counting, as well as recognizing numbers and shapes. Fitting objects and sorting shapes is a good start, and of course block building games as the child progresses. After learning their basic numbers, children are able to develop to the next level of math learning in no time. In math games, game is often progressed by solving very simple problems and counting, and it is the best way to make number learning engaging for both you and your child. It's also a good idea to bring math into other topics, such as cooking or arts - counting ingredients and using the good old apples and oranges to demonstrate fractions, or use shapes to create faces and houses.Learn more
Physics is the science behind objects and their relationships, different forces, and energy. Gravity might be a tricky term to explain in theory, but give it a go in a game such as Angry Birds, and it's easy to understand that everything falls to the ground in the end or slide on ice in Pengy has a dream.Learn more
Science is a subject that is easiest to learn in practise as it can get complex when too abstract or theoretic. Puzzles and building games are great for experiencing how science works, and observe the cause and effect of weight, size and gravity.Learn more
Our world consists of shapes. We use them to describe things, and order and classify them. After learning shapes, it's easier to learn letters and numbers. Babies learn shapes often after colours, and by age 3 they can name common shapes. After circles and triangles, you could continue to more complex ones like stars and diamonds, and find real life examples for each.Learn more

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