February Fun, New Science Classroom Games! — February 2024

Science Games - What's New

Hi Legends! Welcome to another exciting update from our Learning Universe! This February, we’re thrilled to introduce you to the latest additions to our ever-expanding array of science classroom games, designed to engage and inspire your students. If you missed last month’s new games you can take a look at January’s update here.

Before we jump into these new games, a note on what you will find below:  all of our new games are listed first with brief descriptions, followed by a few featured games with more information about them.

February Fun, New Science Classroom Games! — February 2024

New Games in Grades 3-5

  • Observe changes in the matter after they go through Chemical Reactions. Find Mix on Mars featured further on in this post.
  • Learn how the Transfer of Motion Energy works while playing air hockey! Find Motion Target featured further on in this post.
  • Join Rocky in his master class about Weathering and Erosion! Learn how the different processes on Earth influence nature in Erosion Explorers.

New Games in Grades 6-8

  • Professor Heat will teach us how Heat as Energy Transfer impacts different objects. Find Camp Heat featured further on in this post.
  • Explore with Ned Venture how the Competitive, Predatory, and Mutually Beneficial Interactions take place in our ecosystem in Species Quest.
  • 3, 2, 1… fire! Use your slingshot to learn how Adaptation occurs among different species in Fling To Adapt.
  • Learn about Factors Influencing Motion: Newton’s First and Second Laws by playing basketball in the Newton Basketball Association.
  • Mix atoms to create Molecules and Compounds using the Super Molecule Mixer.

A Closer Look at Featured Games

Mix on Mars — Elementary Science (Chemical Reactions)

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Take the scientist role, sent to the first-ever base on Mars. Experiment with mixtures, physical and chemical changes, and discover new and never-seen-before substances. Try to create different states of matter using the mixer, filter, cooler, and heater. See what is the difference between chemical and physical changes as you never did!

Motion Target — Elementary Science (Transfer of Motion Energy)

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Use your air hockey skills to solve puzzles and learn about motion and energy at the same time! Every mini-game will challenge you to plan your strategy using the basics of physics and the transfer of motion energy in different ways. By doing so, students will notice and understand how energy changes and flows in our world.

Camp Heat — Middle Science (Heat as Energy Transfer)

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Learn about the basics of heat and the types of heat transfer in Camp Heat by using a thermometer, heating and cooling water, matching words with concepts, starting a fire, and cooking a  soup in different mini-games.


We’ll see you soon in the Learning Universe with these new science classroom 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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