It’s almost Christmas, do you still need to get a present for someone? We can help you! Have you heard of Spirit Lake: The Game? It combines math with Native American History. It’s only $9.99 and and you don’t even have to put shoes on or leave the house to go get it.
One of our main goals at 7 Generation Games is to make math useful and practical. How many times have you been in a real life situation where someone runs in the room and yells,
“Hurry up, tell me what is the answer to 4 x 12? You have two seconds to answer or the world may end!”
Probably not too often, which is why this method is neither useful nor practical.
At 7 Generation Games, we believe in educating through a different method; through engaging kids in a way that they will actually want to learn. We have found that one of the most successful way to reach children is by incorporating the curriculum into video games. This is why we create computer games combine math and Native American history that kids love to play.
We truly believe that the software we create can help change the way math is both taught and learned in schools and in homes around the world. We focus on providing children with the tools they need to succeed, which is why we wake up everyday to continue working on developing amazing educational video games.
This is why for the month of December, anytime you purchase an individual license of Spirit Lake: The Game, we will donate a second game to a child that cannot afford one as part of our “Buy One, Gift One” promotion. The same also applies to purchasing a class license or school license. If you have a particular school or library in mind where you would like to gift your donation, please forward a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org so that she help fulfill your request. The best part of the holidays is giving, and here is the perfect opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life.
Check out this cute video below of Ronda Rousey and her dog Mochie discussing what are some great last minute gift ideas. Even Mochie agrees 7 Generation Games video games are the way to go this holiday season.