Interactive games for kids have gained popularity over the years and serve different purposes. Some interactive games have been a helpful teaching tool both in the classroom and at home. Educational interactive games assist students in subjects like math and grammar and are sometimes paired with common games such as bingo. Adventure interactive games are designed specifically to entertain and are commonly simulation or hidden object-type games.
Interactive Math Games
The game Matho combines bingo with basic mathematical equations. In Hidden Picture, a player uncovers a section of an image each time he gets a math problem correct.
Interactive Grammar Games
Noun Dunk asks players to choose whether a word is a proper noun, a common noun or not a noun at all. If the player chooses correctly, a shot goes into a basket and a the player wins a point. Monkey Business allows a player to build a piece of a bridge so a monkey can pass safely while teaching proper sentence structure. In Paint by Idioms, the player controls a painter who, when the player answers questions correctly, will paint part of an image until it is complete.
Interactive Adventure Games
Gardenscapes lets a player host his own garage sale, design his own garden and restore an old mansion. The 10 Days To Save the World game asks a player to save the world from a series of natural disasters with a deadline of 10 days.
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