Your child will be able to manage their very own stable and tend to the needs of the beautiful horses under their care in Howrse.
Animal Knowledge - Your child will be able to learn how to take care of his or her virtual horses, laying all the groundwork your child may need for a real horse of their own in the future. They will be able to learn about the different types of horse breeds and differentiate between real horses and fantasy-based horses like the Pegasus and the unicorn.
Counting -Ensuring that the horses get enough hours of sleep or food, your child will need to use some basic counting and addition skills.
Planning Ahead -Resources, like food and treats, usually deplete really fast in this game, especially the more horses you child has in their stables. Thus, planning ahead and knowing when to buy more horse feed and treats is important.
Problem Solving -Sometimes, like in real life, your child’s horse will get ill or injured. When this happens, your child will need to use their problem solving skills to find a solution to save their horse before it’s too late.
Less Educational Aspects
Replay Value -With so many different horse breeds to collect and so many things to do, Howrse definitely has plenty of replay value for your child.
Spending and Saving -Since resources and funds are in limited supply in Howrse, your child will need to learn when to save and when to spend, especially when deciding between something optional like a new saddle and something vital like food for the horses.
by AethynaApr 28, 2016Your child will be able to manage their very own stable and tend to the needs of the beautiful horses under their care in Howrse.
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