This game is called Which is Bigger. It is meant to help kids learn skills associated with skill. Skill games help children understand patterns and sounds.
These games are meant to be fun and interactive, but also help children develop critical learning skills. They are free for unlimited use, so these games are meant to be educational resources for all kids, regardless of age and income.
Playing games helps kids learn. Studies show that kids who play games to learn get boost to their reading skills. They also learn problem solving, imaginative play, and creativity. Finally, kids who have trouble focusing in traditional educational contexts may respond better to interactive, play-based games.
This game is designed for kids in grade Preschool through grade 2. However, it can be played at any grade level. You're currently viewing this game as a child in grade 1.
Students in your grade have 30 seconds to complete this challenge. You can change the time limit by signing in and letting us know your grade. If you've already signed in and you think the game is too hard, feel free to pause the timer to give yourself enough time to work your way through the challenge.
Be a Dinosaur contains 50+ free educational games for Pre-School and Elementary School students. Learn reading, math, and problem using fun, interactive games that help kids learn in a safe, challenging virtual learning experience.
Instructions: Which of the two images is bigger? Choose that one to win.