Category: Kids Games
Professor Noggin's: Medieval Times
What did the Magna Carta do for us? Who was Joan of Arc? How did one avoid being burned as a witch? Learn the answers as you travel back in time to a world of knights, battles, castles and cathedrals.
Professor Noggin's: Creatures of Myth & Legend
Gryphons, basilisks and phoenixes all existed before Harry Potter. Learn about these mythical creatures and explore the science, religious beliefs and cultures that created them.
Professor Noggin's: Pets
Puppies, kittens, lizards, and turtles are just a few of the popular pets that children long to adopt. Discover interesting facts about common pets, and learn about the proper care these pets need from their human parents.
Professor Noggin's: Prehistoric Mammals
From Giant Beavers to Woolly Rhinos, discover the land of prehistoric beasts. Learn about the fascinating fauna that once roamed the earth and swam the seas.
Professor Noggin's: History of Canada
Travel back in time and learn about Canada's colourful history. From the First Peoples of North America to Pierre Trudeau, from the CPR to the Great Depression, this game is a snapshot of Canadian history.
Professor Noggin's: National Parks
Professor Noggin travels around to develop a game that celebrates our beloved parks, which have helped preserve history, heritage, and the natural beauty of North America for the enjoyment of all its citizens.
Professor Noggin's: Wildlife Safari
Professor Noggin embarks on an expedition of the most colorful, exciting animals in the world, such as lions, zebras, and elephants. The diversity of wildlife is tremendous in this adventurous game of the natural world.
Professor Noggin's: Reptiles and Amphibians
Professor Noggin explores some of the longest-surviving animals on earth. Lizards, snakes and crocodilians are just a few of the scaly, cold-blooded species that are investigated in this game.
Professor Noggin's: Famous Inventions
The world is made up of famous inventions. Professor Noggin looks throughout history to quiz you on how the most prominent inventions were made, and who made them.