Science and Math Games Made for School

Legends of Learning helps teachers make their classrooms fun, engaging, and productive learning environments through research-driven, curriculum-based science games. Teachers can access thousands of games for middle and elementary school (grades 3-8). The games span almost all the most popular state standards for Math and Science. Legends of Learning games align to national Common Core and NGSS standards as well as select state standards, including GSE, TEKS, SOL, NGSSS, TASS, and more. 

Science and Math Games – Current Offering

In addition to the games, teachers can find thousands of assessment items, and select PhET simulations for elementary and middle school students. Both Elementary and Middle School offerings are broken out across three primary sciences: Earth and Space Science Games Life Science Games Physical Science Games as well as math!

 
Making It Easy for Teachers to Use Math and Science Games

This student enjoys Legends of Learning at Rensselaer Middle School. When you bring math & science games into your classroom, you add a new level of engagement and content mastery.

Trying Legends of Learning is easy to do. The games are free for teachers who want to set up a complimentary account. There is no need to add any personal financial information. With 800 games created for 90 science lessons across three primary subject areas, there is literally a game for every lesson. Go ahead see for yourself. Browse our library today!

 
Efficacy is a big issue when it comes to online education technology. This is equally true of games as any other digital tool. That’s why Legends of Learning CEO Vadim Polikov conducted original research with Vanderbilt University before launching the company. The report — “Substantial Integration of Typical Educational Games into Extended Curriculum,” published by the Journal of Learning Sciences — demonstrates that game-based learning not only increases student engagement, but also improves content mastery as well as comprehension time. Interested parties can see a summary of findings via this infographic. The resulting science titles used the Vanderbilt model to create more than 800 short, fun curricula games for the classroom. Since then many teachers like Caitlin Unterman, Scott Beiter, and Lisianna Wilson have experienced similar results in their classrooms.
 

Here is a sampling of our science games. To try our Math games please sign up for a teacher account by clicking here.

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