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Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens Logic Game and Adventure App

November 19, 2016

I’m a big fan of Avokiddo mobile apps! Their new logic game Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens is definitely worth checking out. This adventure app for elementary school students includes plenty of logic, physics, and fun. This game takes place in a fairytale setting where students explore physics concepts and solve logic puzzles. In addition to using simple machines and building foundational physics skills, kids can create their own Thinkrolls character.

Logic Game for Kids

How could you use this logic game and adventure app? Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens is a beautifully designed app for students. It is a great option for introducing foundational physics skills and introducing concepts related to simple machines. You might decide to add this app to a list of family resources before kicking off a new science unit. Alternatively, you could also add it to a class set of iPads for children to explore.

I love the idea of presenting families with high-quality options for mobile games. This especially includes ones that support the specific skills you’re teaching students. One thing I love about this particular Avokiddo game is that it is available on multiple platforms. This means children can use this logic game and adventure app with any type of tablet.


You can access Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens on the Apple App Store for iPads, the Google Play Store for Android tablets and the Amazon App Store or visit Avokiddo’s website to learn more!

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