Green Schools Revolution: The Game app review

Green Schools Revolution: The Game app review

We know it can be really tough trying to teach kids why living a green life is worth making that extra effort in everyday activities. This is why we were looking for ‘green apps’ that inspire kids to want to ‘go green’ via fun games and found just the one to share with you all. Game School Revolution: The Game seeks to educate and challenge kids in the fun, wide world

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being environmentally conscious and aware of how they affect the world. The game includes features such as various quizzes about energy, water and healthy living unlock 4 levels of green games (kids can earn points by turning off light-bulbs to save energy).

The Good: We tried the game out for ourselves and were instantly impressed with the way it educated while also being fun. There were plenty of different quizzes to choose from as well as different games to keep us occupied and back for more.

The Bad: It’s worth keeping in mind that during the game part, the focus is often on quick reflexes and not always 100% educational.