All year long, we sift through hundreds and hundreds of games to find those few true gems that combine quality and fun, while still effectively practicing vital Thinking Skills. While more and more of these games are showing up on iPhones, iPads, and other mobile devices, there are still tons of great free online learning games available right in the browser on your desktop or notebook computer. Although it was hard to narrow it down so much, here are our 5 favorite free online learning games.
Our 5 Favorite Free Online Learning Games
Kingdom Rush is a fun free online strategy game where players defend their kingdom from invading armies. This game is good for kids who need help with Organization, Planning, and Time Management. We recommend Kingdom Rush for kids ages 8 and up.
Gamestar Mechanic is a free online educational simulation game that lets kids learn basic game design principles through a series of quests and adventures. It’s a perfect game for helping kids learn about and improve their Flexibility, Planning, and Time Management skills, and is suitable for ages 8 and up.
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Drop is one of our favorite free online learning games because it really takes a unique approach to the classic typing game. This game is great for kids who want to improve their Focus, Self-Control, Working Memory, and Writing skills. We recommend Drop for kids ages 9 and over.
Paladog is an incredibly fun, incredibly silly game about a K-9 Knight who must protect the kingdom of Critterland from its hordes of enemies. It’s an excellent game for helping kids to work on their Focus, Working Memory, Mathematics, and Reading skills, and is best suited for ages 10 and up.
With its sharp graphics and addictive gameplay, Papa Bear Saga easily earns its place as one of our 5 favorite free online learning games. This physics-based puzzle game is especially good for children who struggle with Flexibility, Planning, or Self-Control skills, and is great for kids aged 5 and up.