Try Adventure Academy for FREE (Fun Educational Games for Kids Ages 8-13)
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If your kids are Fortnite and/or Roblox fans, they will love Adventure Academy!
Looking for fun, yet educational activities to keep the kids busy? The creators of ABCmouse.com have launched a new online elementary and middle school learning program called Adventure Academy. And you can try it for FREE!
This educational gaming platform and massive multiplayer online game (MMO) is geared toward Fortnite and Roblox fans ages 8 – 13 and it offers hundreds of educational games, puzzles, videos, and much more!
Even better, for a limited time, you can try a FREE month of Adventure Academy! That’s a $9.99 value!
Here’s why Adventure Academy is worth trying:
- It was developed with teacher input from across the country.
- It has activities that hone in on skills like reading comprehension, problem-solving, geography, U.S. history, and science.
- It’s an educational massively multiplayer online game (MMO).
- Led by creators like Kevin Beardslee – one of the original creators of World of Warcraft!
After your one-month trial has ended, you’ll be charged $9.99 per month, or you can cancel at any time. Even better, this is valid for up to three separate student profiles per household.
Hip2Save Readers love Adventure Academy…
My 12 yr old son loves it. He hasn’t asked to play Fortnite or Minecraft since we got Adventure Academy. I honestly thought that he wouldn’t be interested since he is older, but I was wrong.
My 7 y/o daughter has been using it since April and she loves it! She has learned a lot of interesting- mostly science and social studies- type things.
We just got it yesterday and my 7/almost 8yo loves it! He’s the youngest of 4 so unfortunately he likes things that are a little mature for him, so I wasn’t sure what he would think of it. He just kept telling me how much he loved it. Today he didn’t even ask to play PS4, he bypassed that for Adventure Academy. I disabled the chat feature for him and he doesn’t even mind. It is really educational and he loved all of the games he played so far. Today he did a keyboarding game. It was cool.