Educational Catalog of Computer Games: Science
Science is a big subject with many branches. Science includes biology, chemistry, physics, and computer science, and statistics. It is important to learn at least some from each of these areas of science. Many of them are used in a wide variety of careers, and they can help you better understand the world around you. There are many fun games to play that allow you to learn all about science.
Test your knowledge of basic chemistry concepts in this fun online quiz.
Balance chemical equations and see if you can solve these problems by filling in the missing elements.
Build and dissect a frog in this computer based online lab. Learn how the different organs and other parts of the frog work together to form the entire body's system of a frog.
Help clean up the park! Sort trash and other recyclables into the correct locations to do your part in cleaning up the environment. Then, use your knowledge in real life to encourage recycling in your home and community!
Put the children where they live on the Earth by understanding the climates and appropriate clothing for each around the world. This is a fun take on a matching game!
Build your own monster neural circuit right along with a mad scientist in this virtual science lab game.
Help scientists solve mysteries with all your knowledge of infectious diseases and how they spread through communities.
Save the royal family in this math-based game by building staircases to rescue them from a tower where they are being held. The order of operations is an important part of math that is used in many fields of science to solve chemical and other equations.
Explore the reef deep within an ocean and meet the sea animals that live there!
Learn all about the various properties of gas and how the molecules behave in different conditions.
Review what you know about photosynthesis in this fun virtual game!
To play this new, fun game, you can click on guest login for full access, and then answer questions to progress through this virtual world.
Use the huge antennas of NASA to send and receive messages to and from outer space.
Answer the what-if questions to play through a scenario, and then see if you can figure out how to bring power back to the city.
In different scenarios, can you figure out the cause of different forces and the direction in which they will move various objects?
Learn how to live in the wild and complete challenges throughout the game to see how successful you can be living in the jungle!
In this virtual playground, you can pick and choose different characteristics for your very own animal that you get to design.
Learn about the entire scientific method while you play this fun game!
This matching game is a blast and will test your knowledge of cells and their organelles.
See if you can name the chemical elements in this periodic table game.
Explore the sky in this virtual tour of the stars.
When you need a brain break, scroll down on this page to match up different bottles of chemicals before time runs out!
Read along in an adventure trying to find where to land on Jupiter.
Drag the parts of the food chain to their correct places.
Learn all about the different states of matter in this game for younger children.
See if you would like to be a manufacturing technician one day to put all your science skills to use. After this game, you may decide it is the perfect job for you!
Try to gather all the different elements in this game.
Click and drag the bones to the correct location in the skeletal system and learn the names of the bones.
See if you are up to the challenge to connect all the electrons in a straight line.
Find all the science words in this fun word search game!