Finding time to encourage learning through play no doubt underscores success in the classroom! At SimplyFun, we’ve always had a passion for playtime. Our games not only supplement structured learning with life and educational skill development, they’re really fun to play!
SimplyFun’s four core academic categories span games that will help kids of every age and skill level go back to the classroom feeling confident and prepared. Today, we’re bringing attention and awareness to SimplyFun’s Social Sciences & Studies game category.
Social Sciences & Studies
SimplyFun’s Social Sciences & Studies games span a variety of skills and abilities from preschool age and up. From cultural studies and history to economics and geography, there’s a SimplyFun game for all ages and interests. Read on to learn about a few of our top Social Sciences & Studies games that will prep your kids for success!
Our World Puzzle Set
Great for preschool age and up, Our World Puzzle Set helps children learn the fundamentals of US and World geography. Furthermore, it introduces them to the planets in our solar system.
Three puzzles make up this set, including the United States, world geography, and the basic solar system. It’s a great way to introduce young learners to the big world we live in!
Become a globe-trotting geography wiz! Let’s Jet has you visit exotic locations from around the world, earning points for each destination you stop at. Players explore the game board and fact sheet to learn about the world and destinations on the game board. The full colored fact sheet includes information on over 60 countries, including where to find them on the game map. Weather, events, bonus cards, and co-pilot cards allow for extended play and continued fun! Let’s Jet is great for 2-5 players ages 8 and up and takes 30 minutes to play.
Travel the United States and learn amazing facts about the geography and history of the country while trying to catch up to the Eagle! In Eagle Chase, players travel the country, visiting as many locations as they can by playing their cards and rolling the dice, while also trying to catch up with the Eagle to earn extra points. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins. Eagle Chase is great for 2-5 players ages 10 and up and takes 30 minutes to play.