Category Archives: game review
I have uploaded my first video to YouTube (please be kind interwebs).
I Identified all three Higher Order Thinking Skills in Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy – analyzing, evaluating, and creating. In the future, I plan to upload a walk-through of Bad Piggies and Dragon Box. These were the games I asked my participants to play for my dissertation on Higher Order Thinking Skills in iPad Games.
You don’t find too many science games for preschoolers, but this is a good one. Max and Ruby is one of my sons favorite shows. He was so excited to hear that they have a game with the characters from the show. The game seems very easy at the beginning, but then it becomes more challenging as the player makes progress. This game has good scaffolding, good graphics, good music, and most importantly good science. My son loves it!
iGameMom writes that;
“I am a firm believer that science should, and can be taught at a very young age. I also agree it is challenging to teach science concepts to young kids. You have to convey the concept in a manner that young minds can understand and grasp. It takes the full understanding of science and early childhood education to perfect the task. Max and Ruby Science Educational Games is a science app teaching preschool to kindergarten kids science concepts with fun engaging games. It does wonderful job in conveying the science concepts via fun games.”
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