Oscar, age 6

Games

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All links listed on this page have been road tested by parents of young and primary school aged children. The games were found to be fun, interactive and educational.

* Please note that these are links to external sites. Although we do our best to provide links to high quality resources, Fish Creek 4061 is not responsible for content of external sites.

These stars below show you our rating out of 10.

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Sorry kids – back to you and all the fun game action!

nasakids

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NASA Kids’ Club

An awesome, space themed website designed by NASA with lots of exciting games and activities.

PLAY!

ecokids

 

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 Eco Kids

Eco kids has lots of fun games which are sure to appeal to children of all ages.

PLAY!

abcsplash

 

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 Splash

Always had a burning desire to make foul food or be noble and restore a reef? Well, go on, visit Splash so that you can!

PLAY!

catchmentDetox

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Catchment Detox

A fun game for older children to challenge themselves with managing a river catchment. Can you design and manage your catchment so it has a healthy economy and a healthy environment?

Challenge yourself to beat the mega high scores!

PLAY!

skittles

 

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Victorian Skittles

Skittles was a popular game played by children during Victorian times. Test your aim and timing with this adorable online version of the game.

PLAY!

wildself

 

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Build Your Wild Self

A whimsical website created by the New York Zoos and Aquarium. Go on, create your own “wild self” – what will you be?

PLAY!

dismast

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Disaster Master

Would you know what to do in the event of a natural disaster? Earn points by making the right choice. Watch out! The wrong choice might end the game!

PLAY!

electrocity

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ElectroCity

Can you create and manage your own virtual town or city? Created by Genesis Energy, a generator and retailer in New Zealand. An engaging and thought provoking game for older children.

PLAY!

wormworld

 

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Worm World

A great game created by Brisbane City Council that demonstrates the important role worms play in helping to keep our soil healthy. Can you keep your worm happy?

PLAY!