Educational games are games created with educational purposes. These include games which stimulate memory, creativity, etc.
“…educational games are games that are designed to help people learn about certain subjects, expand concepts, reinforce development, understand a historical event or culture, or assist them in learning a skill as they play. Game types include board, card, and video games. As educators, governments, and parents realize the psychological need and benefits that gaming has on learning, this educational tool has become mainstream. Games are interactive play that teach us goals, rules, adaptation, problem solving, interaction, all represented as a story. They satisfy our fundamental need to learn by providing enjoyment, passionate involvement, structure, motivation, ego gratification, adrenaline, creativity, social interaction and emotion in the game itself while the learning takes place.” From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_game
We believe that we can learn through play at all ages. Thus, we will try to cover games for all ages. We will try to cover educational games for teenagers, adults and even seniors. However, there is a much bigger offer for kids or teenagers rather than for adults. So, it is possible that in the beginning our articles cover more the games for the young ones. But as we will try to cover all ages the variety of our articles and games will grow.
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When it comes to learning, people tend to get a lot of things wrong. Many see it as a necessary evil that’s boring, inflexible, and frustrating. The word may well conjure up images of desks, difficult textbooks, and those godforsaken flashcards neither child nor parent particularly likes. And while those things certainly can play an important role in the educational process, they still remain only one part of it. There’s so much more to learning for children and adults than complicated reads or tiring lectures. Similarly, it doesn’t have to be synonymous with negativity. Sometimes learning can be all about fun and games – literally!
There are countless games out there that make building knowledge and new skills fun, and ultimately make people learn more, learn more efficiently, and actually enjoy the process while doing so. With so much choice out there, though, what learning games should you actually choose to play? There’s no one size fits all answer, but here are some of our favorite learning games and their benefits.
We are glad to present the DIY Games & Learning Tools section of our website. In this section you will find games or learning tools that you can create yourself at home. Right now there are just a few but we plan to grow the list gradually.
Scrabble was created in 1938 by an American architecht Alfred Mosher Butts. However, it did not become a success until Jack Straus, Macy’s president on 1952, included the game in his stores. Currently it is one of the most popular board games.
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