The leaves may be changing into beautiful autumn colors, but one thing that doesn’t change are that new games are coming to your classroom from Legends of Learning! Here are TEN new games to share in this tenth month of the year!

New In Grades 3-5

Elementary teachers, we have a new math game for each of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades!

  • For 3rd grade math, Fruit Fruit Warehouse supplements your lesson on solving problems with scale bar graphs. Help the team ship fruit by sorting boxes and counting them with visual bar graphs. Hurry, shipments can’t be late, the people need their healthy sugar fix!
  • Are you ready to dive into the depths of space to help the little star go back home? In Galactic Geometry, students will learn the concepts behind 4th grade linear geometry to overcome the challenges that will help our friend reunite with his fellow stars. Space is so vast, so let’s simplify it with 2-D figures that we can understand together! Find this game featured further below in this post. 
  • Your neighbor down the street is moving out of their crazy mansion and it’s a perfect time to use your muscles and help move their items! In Measurement Mansion, it’s a perfect opportunity to flex your knowledge of finding the volume of right rectangular prisms, and to explore the quirky mansion!

Moving to science, this new game for physical science is sure to grow on you:

  • We’ll be eating lots of cozy foods to keep us warm as it gets colder, but how do those foods give us the energy we need to survive? Lazy Cow Farm is your place to become an expert in the energy in chemical processes, as well as growing your new farm!

Pumpkin-flavored food and drinks are the main source of sustaining life in America in October, am I right? (Well, maybe for some of us more than others…) Read how these two new games for elementary life science truly teach students about sustaining life on our planet: 

  • In Food Webs Around the World, we’ll find that there’s more to a diet than pumpkin bread and warm apple cider. Visit various biomes around the world, and collect all the plant and animal cards to learn about their roles in their ecosystem.
  • On Adapt Island!, angry robots have appeared on a once relaxing island! You’ll need to adapt in order to bring peace to the island and help the friendly animals that live there. Discover a mystical power that allows you to choose which adaptations you would like to help you on your journey and send those robots away! Find this game featured further below in this post.

New In Grades 6-8

For you middle school science teachers, check out these four new games (three for life science and one for physical science). 

Let’s start with the new games for life science: 

  • For the middle-school Adaptation topic, we present Adapt-O-Tron! We come to you urgently, as the animals of the future are not adapting and becoming extinct! Can you use Adapt-O-Tron to adapt the animals correctly, helping them become better suited to their environments? Otherwise you could end up with a wolf with a beak or a mouse with hooves!
  • While we’re still at the macro-level of biology, let’s address Food Webs in an Ecosystem in the game Tiny Ecosystem. Most ecosystem’s aren’t too small, but in this case let’s keep one small and manageable to see all the high-level workings and maintain its balance!
  • Moving town to the micro-level, let’s envision our cells as their own city in this unique adventure as a Cell Patrol Officer in Cell Patrol! Each organelle is cleverly analogous to a city building in function, and this game will be a great visual for any student continuing their education of parts of the cell. Find this game featured further below in this post. 

We can’t let life science have all the fun, so let’s wrap up and geek out with a new game for physical science:

  • Path of Energy is a fantastic journey on becoming a hero who is one with Kinetic Energy. A hero who understands energy is the closest you can get to becoming a Jedi! Now use some kinetic energy to assign your students some of these awesome new games 🙂

A Closer Look at New Games

 

Galactic Geometry — Elementary Math (Linear Geometry)

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Are you ready to dive into the depths of space to help the little star go back home? In this instructional adventure, you will learn the concepts behind linear geometry to overcome the challenges that will help our friend reunite with his fellow stars.

 

Adapt Island! — Elementary Science (Adaptation)

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You have arrived on Adapt Island! Angry Robots have appeared on this once relaxing island. You’ll need to Adapt in order to bring peace to the island and help the friendly animals that live there. Discover a mystical power that allows you to choose which adaptations you would like to help you on your journey!

 

Cell Patrol — Middle Science (Parts of the Cell)

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You are on your patrol shift and you need to explore the Cell City to make sure all of the buildings function properly. The cell city represents a living cell. The buildings that are scattered inside the city represent the organelles inside a cell unit. You must complete a list of tasks for each of the city buildings to complete the patrol, and make sure the Cell City lives yet another day. Cell Patrol is an educational game about the cell structure. The game play consists of exploration and small, time based, tasks.

 

 

We’ll see you soon in the Learning Metaverse with these new games in your queue! 

Stay tuned for more new game updates and if you have any questions please email support@legendsoflearning.com.

 

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