May These Games Be With Your Science Classroom — May 2022


There’s so many joy-bearing holidays in May, and they all truly have us feeling some warm weather vibes. Let’s carry that energy into your classroom with these science games that are bound to give your students some joy!

New In Grades 3-5

  • Help Speedy find the treasure while learning about the power of speed and energy in Speedy’s Adventure. Guided by your fairy companion, use your archery skills, ride carts through an abandoned mine, and scale an icy mountain to get the treasure! Find Speedy’s Adventure featured with more information further in this post.
  • Build a peaceful city using natural resources in RACCOON : Resources Tycoon. Be careful, not all resources are renewable and can cause negative effects!
  • Learn about the life cycle and what makes a healthy and stable ecosystem. But watch out, a shipping package with Fred Frog and his gang of invasive frogs has just arrived, in Watch Out! Invasive Frogs.
  • Help save earth from invading aliens using the power of gravity in Gravity Defender. Tactically drop asteroids into Earth’s orbit to take down alien ships!

New In Grades 6-8

  • Help our fish friend navigate puzzles as they are splashed down the drain by manipulating the states of matter in Save the Fish! Manipulate liquid water, freeze it into solid ice, make water vapor, and even play with plasma as you guide the fish on his epic subterranean journey!
  • Keep Robolandia safe from natural hazards in Robo Ready! Learn about the causes and risks of different natural hazards, like hurricanes, tornadoes, and volcanoes. Practice mitigation strategies  to make sure everyone is safe. Find Robo Ready featured with more information further in this post.
  • Join DocDuck on his quest through space and discover the scientific method in DocDuck: Scientific Method! Observe the world around you, create a question, and make a hypothesis. Research the phenomena using an experiment and data analysis! Find DocDuck: Scientific Method featured with more information further in this post.
  • Observe and take photos of the Moon in different phases as an astronaut in Lunar Snap.
  • Learn about conservation of energy by hitting a ball with a giant croquet mallet in Physics Putter! Watch as the ball changes color to represent the shift from kinetic energy to potential energy.
  • Help around the garden and grow plants in Sprout-Up (Photosynthesis). Learn about the addressing plants’ physical needs as well as their chemical processes involved when plants create chlorophyll.
  • Help Atomic Boy restore balance to the universe while learning about components of atoms and elements. Shrink to a microscopic level and dodge obstacles while creating elements using subatomic particles: protons, neutrons, and electrons!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades K-2

  • Motion Riddles has been updated to better incorporate touch controls (iPad support!) and ingrate text to speech functionality. In this game, students will learn about the ways objects move: zig zag, straight line, up down, back and forth, round and round, fast and slow, and…. swing dance? (not actually, save that for dance class).

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Space Cleaning Program has been updated to fix some bugs on the final level when recording technical metrics. In this game, students will be on their spaceship using Newton’s First and Second Laws to put trash in motion and clean up space.
  • Little Newton in The Energy of Motion has been completely overhauled to improve the student and teacher experience. The game has updated graphics, better controls, save and load checkpoints, text to speech, and even new music! Enjoy this reworked version and help Little Newton find his way home using kinetic energy.

A Closer Look at New Games


Speedy’s Adventure — Elementary Science (Speed and Energy)

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One day, Speedy’s fairy companion finds a mysterious treasure map! What secrets and treasures are hidden there? Practice your archery skills in a nearby forest, ride the minecart through an abandoned mine, scale the icy mountains in this adventure of Speed and Energy to find the treasure!


Robo Ready — Middle Science (Natural Hazards)

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Save Robolandia from a series of natural hazards by learning about their causes and risk of occurrence, and applying different prevention or mitigation strategies. Players aren’t restricted to a linear sequence of actions in this sandbox-style game, but with a limited energy budget and tight time schedule, they will need to focus on preparing wisely in order to save the most homes and earn the highest score.


DocDuck: Scientific Method — Middle Science (Scientific Method)

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Join DocDuck on his quest through space and discover the scientific method! Observe the world around you, create a question, think of a hypothesis. Then solve everything using an experiment and data analysis!


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

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