What Doesn’t Belong – designed to help children and young adults work on classification, categorization, reasoning and logic.

World Capitals – designed to expand geography skills beyond the United States.

Synonym and Antonym – reading comprehension game made to help children and young adults learn the differences in words that have similar or opposite meaning.

Commonly Misspelled Words – spelling game made to help children and young adults learn how to differentiate correctly spelled words from the most common incorrect ones.

Cause and Effect – game made to help children and young adults learn what the consequences are for different actions and causes.

WH Game – reading comprehension game made to help children and young adults learn how to apply Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How.

Homophones – reading comprehension game that helps children and young adults learn the differences in words that sound alike, but have different meaning and spelling.

Fact or Opinion – reading comprehension game made to help children and young adults learn how to distinguish a fact from an opinion.

Add and Subtract – math game made to help children and young adults learn how to add and subtract.

Multiplication – math game made to help players learn how to multiply and divide.

Inferencing – basic beginning level inferencing questions and situations in an exciting game format.

States & Capitals – game is made to help children and adults match the correct US states to their capitals.

Sentence Scramble – game focusing on semantics and syntax to help children and young adults learn how to formulate correct and complete sentences.

Multiple Meanings – game is designed to help children and young adults learn how and when to use words with the same spelling and different meanings depending on context.

Idioms – game is designed to help children and young adults learn how and when to use common linguistic expressions during conversation.

Punctuation – game is made to help children and young adults learn how and when to apply correct punctuation in order to formulate a proper sentence.