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Educational Virtual Worlds

Értékeld ezt a cikket Today we'll tackle some of our best picks among our roster of virtual world games that would benefit your children greatly - with stuffs to get them learning great values, sharpen their aptitude for adaptability, and hone their inner talent and skills. With them and a proper guidance, you make the most of out these free games to teach your child a lesson or two. Ultimately, their are keen on helping you propel your kids for a brighter future. Virtuális világok földje! - Educational Virtual Worlds

Today we'll tackle some of our best picks among our roster of virtual world games that would benefit your children greatly - with stuffs to get them learning great values, sharpen their aptitude for adaptability, and hone their inner talent and skills. With them and a proper guidance, you make the most of out these free games to teach your child a lesson or two. Ultimately, their are keen on helping you propel your kids for a brighter future.

Educational games are a great tool for building basic concepts of arithmetic and logical thinking in today’s generation of younglings – fully embracing the power of technology. With them, we can source out great foundations of inter-personal skills, hone their creativity, and sharpen their adept knowledge of basic day-to-day stuff. These online learning tools are fun, teach important skills for kids of all ages, and best of all, they're free.

First on our list, we have Pora Ora. Explore the different worlds in the Pora Ora universe while doing quests and helping people out along the way. The game let's a kid discover all the great things possible with a great attitude. Doing quests and enjoying the beautiful 3D scenery is cool and all, but you wouldn't want to miss out on the brilliantly designed educational games therein. There are word games (English), math games, games that encourage critical thinking and many others.

What’s more is that some of the games can be two-player or one-player. This means that playing with your kid or, for kids, playing with your friends is possible. Play games to gather collection points for getting new Pora pals. You will also earn EXP points that will level up your character. Each time you level up, you’ll get some Roobles (in-game currency), a new Pora pal as well as a bonus item. Play additional math or IQ puzzles to get some quick Roobles, EXP bonuses as well as points for Creativity, Wisdom and Exploration. However, there is a limit as to how many puzzles you can do per day.

Since this game is educational, it also has a parent teacher portal whereby parents can monitor their kids’ academic progress in Pora Ora. Teachers can, too, create a school account whereby they can monitor their students’ development as their students are learning while playing during classes. A nifty feature for people that would want to use it as a learning tool for kids.

Next we have the game Blocksworld, the game brings a very interesting way to help your kids realize how much work and passion is added into each product they can find on the market, but it also helps them see how hard it is to create something, design it and so on - much like that of lego-bricks gone digital.

Kids can create numerous animals, cars, planes, toys and just about any type of object they want in Blocksworld. Of course, the whole creation process doesn’t take more than a few minutes, based on the task needed to be performed. What’s really unique is surely the fact that kids will have the opportunity to use cubes, rockets, wheels, lasers and different items at their disposal to create unique mechanisms, animals or just about anything they can imagine.

Creativity can overflow from all the activities to be rendered in the game including personalization features like adding stickers, custom paint colors and other types of items which makes it very easy to spot the owner or inventor of the said creation. The best part is, that your kid can create all the creations alongside an online community to share and brag them with.

Blocksworld takes the whole idea of creativity and unity, then it places it into a whole new world where you can have a lot of fun exploring and experimenting. The game is exciting, fun, enthralling and interesting at the same time, so you and your kid will surely enjoy creating new contraptions and testing them in an environment that is both fun and free.

Lastly, if creativity learning you'd want to support does not come from experimenting stuff and all, have your kid try this wonderful, talent inducing stuff in Franktown Rocks. You begin by creating your Franktown character, from which you get to explore the virtual world with, along with lots of games around for you to play - each of which rewards you with some Franks to spend (in game currency) that lets you buy lots of things for your character and your house.

There are also lots of instruments for you to buy in the music shops too, guitars, keyboards and drums are all there for you. You can practice on them for a bit until you know what you want and then you can buy the instrument. There is also a music studio where you can practice with all of the instruments and there is a movie theater full of cool videos. Here you can learn to play instruments by watching videos by famous artists, or watch fun raps and just those silly ones to laugh about. Other than that, there are also cartoons and instruction videos on how to play the game - All of which are safe for kids.

Franktown Rocks is a really fun place to be, with lots of opportunities to play musical instruments and so many different games. There is an educational theme running through this game, but almost exclusively with a musical direction. With simple controls and a fun look there are lots of positives about the game. With a nice basic introduction to writing your own music and lots of replay value and entertainment there is fun for all the family in this wonderful children’s virtual world.

So there you have it! We hope we'd given you some great tips from where you may start with. Nonetheless, the option for you to use these games as a learning tool for your kid is there, free of charge - anytime, and anywhere.

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