The Quiz Show Series features playful, interactive games designed to engage kids with interesting facts and trivia as they build world knowledge.
Health & Body - Health & Body lets kids play alone or against each other as they test their knowledge of how our body works and why it does what it does. An example of a question your students might see is “Which of your organs generates enough energy to power a flashlight?” With supportive illustrations and informative feedback, it will have your kids laughing and learning all the way.
Animal Kingdom - Animal Kingdom, complete with the interesting, the icky and the odd, it will get kids thinking and learning about animals, their habitats and more. Have students pick from quiz categories like “Peculiar Pets” and “Terrific Talents” and answer questions like “How many puppies were born in the largest litter ever?”
Music, Music, More Music - Music, Music, More Music!, an informative and entertaining trivia game. Have students choose from Quiz Categories like “Marching Band Madness” and “Historical Harmonies”, and answer questions like “What does a trumpet’s spit valve do?”
Natural Disasters - Natural Disasters, a trivia-based game with colorful illustrations and off-the-wall facts. Students play alone or with friends as they learn about history’s disastrous events - and what to do to stay safe and prepared if they recur! It will get kids thinking about the natural events that have shaped our planet. Watch as students learn answers to important questions like “How long do most tornados last?”
50 State Quarters - Using quarters as a visual support, students learn about the unique features, geography and history of the United States. With helpful hints embedded in each question, it allows every student to experience success, while learning about the United States. Have students pick from quiz categories like “Northeastern States” and “Midwestern States”, and answer questions like “What is right in the middle of Oregon’s Crater Lake?”
Ancient Egypt - Ancient Egypt, learning more about this fascinating, complex and ancient civilization provides learners with a lens that lets them view and compare past and present cultures. Have students pick from quiz categories like “Pyramids” and “The River Nile”, and answer questions like “What did Ancient Egyptians use to make fires in the desert?” With informative feedback and interesting trivia, it will teach and captivate at the same time.
Windows System Requirements
Windows XP (SP3), Window Vista or Windows 7
Memory: 512MB or higher
Available Hard Disk Space: 700MB for initial activity (5 to 110MB for each additional activity)
Display: 600x800 resolution or higher
Downloads are non-returnable and non-refundable. Please use a trial download to be sure that your system is properly configured before you make a purchase.