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We all know that kids find video games fun, exciting and motivating. But what about the benefits of using video games for educational purposes?
According to the research, using video games to learn encourages the learner to take an active role in his or her learning, take risks, and engages the learner in an interactive, fun way. Using video games to learn ensures children get immediate feedback, understand each new skill before moving on to the next level, and challenges children to keep going to improve their scores or get more points and, while doing this, reinforce what is being learned.
Kids Learn™ Spelling and Grammar was designed for children from 7 – 12 years old as a way to reinforce their everyday spelling and grammar skills.
The game is divided into a Games Mode; an Exercise Mode; and a Career Mode. In the Games Mode, players play games that help them practice their skills; in the Exercise Mode, players complete skills-based activities without the time constraints; and in the Career Mode, players use the skills they learned when they completed the exercises and play the games to unlock new games.
Kids Learn™ Spelling and Grammar uses a spy theme to engage children in the games and activities. The games are divided into 5 categories: Searching for Clues, Secret Messages, Identify/Combine, Gadgets/Experiments, and Mission Training. Each of these categories contains a number of games within them that challenge the players to solve problems using various spelling and grammar skills.
Got this for my little girl for Christmas, it is very fun to play and she learns at the same time.Published on January 14, 2013 by Amazon Customer
it is a great game for the kids to play my youngest daughter really likes games so she was excited to play thisPublished on January 14, 2013 by Keith Lee
I helps my daughter learn with fun and it doesn't seem like she's bothered to be involved with this game, thanks!Published on August 6, 2012 by crj