Word Connect

 

Word Connect is a word search game where the user is creating words by connecting letters presented in a circle at the bottom of the screen. In order to […]

LW4K Game Spotlight: Immortals Fenyx Rising

This is the next video in a new LearningWorks for Kids series, Game Spotlight! In each video, we are highlighting some great games both old and new and defining the […]

LW4K App Spotlight: Canticos Bilingual School

Welcome to LearningWorks for Kids App Spotlight for Parents! In this series, we are highlighting some key apps for children and families and defining the key executive functions that can […]

Word Laces

 

Word Laces is a letter puzzle game where the player is creating words by connecting letters on the screen. When the player opens the game, they will see a […]

Universal Paperclips

Universal Paperclips is an idle clicker game where the player takes on the role of an AI designed for one purpose: to make paperclips. The player initially begins the game […]

App Spotlights For Parents: Go Noodle!

Welcome to LearningWorks for Kids App Spotlight for Parents! In this series, we are highlighting some key apps for children and families and defining the key executive functions that can […]

Tales of Arise

 

Tales of Arise is a role playing game released by Bandai Namco. The game takes place on the planet Dahna, which has been enslaved and controlled by the […]

LW4K Game Spotlight: Samurai Warrior 5

This is the next video in a new LearningWorks for Kids series, Game Spotlight! In each video, we are highlighting some great games both old and new and defining the […]

Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

 

 Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are Nintendo Switch Remakes of the 2006 Nintendo DS games originally called Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. In these games, you play as a […]

Accessible Gaming and Your Child

Widespread accessibility in technology is something that has only very recently been thought about in the general public. This extends to gaming as well. So what does being ‘accessible’ even […]