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Learn Science With Our Roblox Games That Kids Really Love

Instead of using assessment books, reinforce what your child is learning in school with games.

Subscribe to get 1 new Science game every month that complements what your child is learning in school.

Cancel anytime.


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Reinforce learnings in school with games

Does your kid love Roblox? It is hard to prevent kids from accessing games, and even harder to control how much they play. Why not steer them towards something educational?

Our Science games are designed based on the MOE Science syllabus. Each game teaches a different science topic. 

Instead of using assessment books, reinforce what your child is learning in school with games that they love.


Each game teaches one science topic with 10-20 game levels that go from easy to difficult. Learn about Matter, Materials, Heat and more. 


We offer an educational guide for every game. Reinforce the science concepts you learned in the game with our educational guides.

View a catalogue of our games here.

No Downloads needed

You don't have to download any new apps.


Sign up for a parent account on our website, and your child can play directly on their Roblox app using their phone, iPad or laptop.

Monitor their progress on your phone easily using our parent website. 

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How it works

Step 1

Sign up for a parent account on our website.

Step 2

Get your child's game pin.

Step 3

Enter your child's game pin to start playing!

We have a step-by-step guide with screenshots for you to follow too.

Get 1 new game every month

Cancel anytime.

“I signed up and my son really enjoys the games. He learns something through the games he likes to play."

Daniel Chong

"When my son hears 'revise science' he turns off right away. But when he sees that it is in the form of Roblox, he’s willing to do it."

Michelle Lim

"My daughter loves playing the games and she's learning science too! I just let her play while I do chores."

Shirley Tan

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