Crystals Rule is a great game to get your child to understand the concept of measurement. This game is part of a series of interactive games affiliated with Sid the Science Kid, an award-winning educational animated television series.
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Crystals Rule is a great game to get your child to understand the concept of measurement. This game is part of a series of interactive games affiliated with Sid the Science Kid, an award-winning educational animated television series, produced by The Jim Henson Company for PBS KIDS®, that uses comedy and music to promote exploration, discovery and science readiness among young children. This game teaches children how science is all around them and how they can interact with scientific concepts using tools to observe and measure.
Measurement- In this game, your child is asked how many smaller objects fit into a larger object, teaching the basics of measurement.
Counting - The child needs to pick how many items fit into a larger item and the amount of smaller items are counted for the child. This reinforces basic mathematical skills.
Spacial Relationships - The concept of spacial relationships is exercised here by specifying how some object is located in space in relation to some reference object.
Mouse Control - This games strengthens the child's ability to control a mouse by encouraging them to click on measurement tools and move them around as well as clicking on the correct answer.
Hand Eye Coordination - By having to click on the correct answer, your child learns to coordinate what he sees onscreen with fine motor skills. Moving the measurement tools around also helps strengthen this.
Less Educational Aspects
Encouragement- Every time your child answers correctly May offers words of encouragement, using phrases like "That's Right" and "Good Measuring." This helps to motivate the child. In addition, for every correct answer a star lights up on the score board. When all the stars light up the game is over and the child is commended.
What Kids Are Saying
Liam, age 7, tested this game and found it quite challenging.
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