Summary: I bought this game because I have always wanted to be an educator of young children. I loved making up the lesson plans for the week and controlling the classroom. The minigames are really easy though. It may not be easy to younger children but if they're older than 8 it will be an easy game.
Great for if you want to be a teacher - it helps with learning patience
Amazon Customer "God's Girl", Amazon
14 April 2012
Summary: This game is okay at first, but after several levels, the gameplay grows tedious. It has you doing the same little activities over and over and over. Sometimes, the children will mess around, and you have to interupt what you are doing to tap on them, and that loses time for you.
Summary: This game is great until the game gets hard. First the game is super easy and you unlock new students, Next there is a mystery of a robbery from the school but after it is solved the story is over, you stop unlocking new students and the game gets super hard.
Summary: I got this game because I kinda want to be a techer when I am older. And the game does pretty well with that, it does pretty much everything a kindergarten teacher would do. You must make the lesson plans, do the lessons, correct assignments, and then you clean the room or do a private lesson at...
Summary: This game is a sweet, cute game; for like a 6 year old! I'm an adolescent and thought this game would actually be an educational, mind scratcher while still showing what teachers do. Wrong. It was extremely easy and got quite repetitive throughout the game. I finished it in a day.
Summary: The object of this game is to teach a class subjects like math, science, history, reading, writing, and art. The class gets progessively bigger as you progress in the game. What I don't like about this game is that what you are teaching is way too easy.