‘Tis the season to be jolly with these science games in your Legends of Learning activities! Find NINE NEW games and SIX UPDATES to existing games. Don’t forget to check out more images and reviews below the write-ups.

New In Grades K-2

  • Heyooo there’s new game content coming for K-2 science! The first new game is Drony’s Hide and Seek. Ten of Drony’s friends are hiding in a game of hide and seek. Use sound waves and vibrations to shake them out of their hiding places!

New In Grades 3-5

  • Entering the atmosphere of elementary school earth science, let’s first land in Xensteroid Park. Enjoy all the attractions in this theme park for aliens, and exchange tickets for amazing prizes while you learn about earth materials and systems!
  • Humans have been farming for tens of thousands of years, so we’ll be farming well into the future, right? Let’s assume so and add Farm of Future to your next assignment covering plant growth. Cultivating plants in spaceships will be very important to our future intergalactic space exploration! 
  • Do you or your students wish you were on a lake in the summer, relaxing and fishing rather than withstanding this winter cold? Check out Good Fishing, where your students will do some fun fishing while also engaging in a lesson on biodiversity and changes to habitats.
  • Let’s head to the laboratory and break out those chemicals! (Safely, of course). For your next lesson on chemical reactions, check out Chemibot Helps the City. You’ll be the grooviest robot in town, showing off your skills with physical and chemical changes.
  • Magnets are pretty crazy. The good news is that they are fun to play with, especially when you’re using them to repel enemies in video games. (Did someone say cheat code?) Take a lesson for electric and magnetic forces head-on with Electric Guardian…heroism awaits!

 

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 3-5

  • Beyond the Galaxy (Chemical Reactions) is updated with performance updates and new gameplay and academic features.

New In Grades 6-8

  • Weather and climate may seem like an arbitrary topic to your students, but we all know there’s a lot of cool factors influencing weather. Give your students this insight with Climate Cities. How does geography relate to climate? And how does climate affect weather, where cities will need to equip themselves with appropriate weatherproofing? Send your students on a journey answering these questions!
  • These long winter nights really remind us to not take light for granted. It’s just so sad when it’s dark outside at 5pm. So let’s have some fun with light in Guiding Lights, where there’s great gameplay content for transmission and refraction of light. Don’t let the simple game visuals fool you, there are some challenging puzzles to solve here!
  • With review season looming, we’re sure you’ll have coverage of the scientific method. Luckily, we have a new game on this topic, in case your students played through all our existing games at the beginning of the year. Science Pirates will push your students to use this tried and true method to uncover the mystery behind the missing fish!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Microlives (Cells and Life) is updated with technical performance enhancements.
  • Diamond Hunter (States of Matter and their Structure) has a fixed text file, where Spanish text to speech is now fully functional.
  • Path of Energy (Kinetic Energy) has a slew of technical, gameplay, and academic enhancements. The game performs more reliably on Chromebooks, and there is simplified text (without cutting on ac
  • ademic context). 
  • Space Repair (Atoms and Elements) is updated with better technical performance and adjustments to the game content based on feedback.  

Updates to Quiz Games

  • Basketball Master  (Various Topics) has a major upgrade in the overall gameplay experience. We’ve included some screenshots below, but we encourage you to check it yourself and ball out!

A Closer Look at New Games

 

Farm of Future — Elementary Science (Plant Growth)

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Take control of an astronaut whose objective is to cultivate plants in a spaceship and help settle on newly discovered planets!

 

 

Good Fishing! — Elementary Science (Biodiversity and Humans)

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Human activities have an impact on the environment. In this game you will learn how the ecosystem of a lake evolves while you will fish in it, making the right decisions to preserve biodiversity.

 

 

Chemibot Helps the City — Elementary Science (Chemical Reactions)

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Learn about chemical and physical changes by acting as a robot and helping others around the town combine or separate substances.

 

 

Basketball Master — Various Topics

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