If you’re looking to add more productive play to your child’s day, incorporate some of our favorite gameschooling resources into their learning mix. These fun family moments aren’t just great for learning, but can also build strong family bonds.
If your child could spend all day playing video games, would they? This week let’s explore 9 surprising, real-life benefits your child can gain from playing video games.
There are some Roblox games that find a good mix of fun and (more explicit) learning. And today we’re going to explore two of them — the Roblox science games Mission: Mars and Pathogen Patrol.
This week’s blog explores why a game may be rated zero flames (and what that even means). And bonus — you’ll also discover how you can encourage your child to make better gaming choices with Kinjo.
When we started Kinjo, we knew the importance of bringing on advisors skilled in game design and learning theory, and Chris Bennett is our unicorn – he’s an expert in both!
It’s time to geek out about all things gaming and learning in this Kinjo interview with Chris Bennett!
If your kiddo is ready for tricks and treats, we’re here with some of the best spooky Roblox games to welcome the Halloween season!
Yep, even a game full of chaos and slapping has knowledge to impart. And we’re jumping into all the details. So glove up — it’s time to explore the kid-favorite Roblox game, Slap Battles!
If your kiddo wants to play Roblox, but you’re on the fence about its safety, we’re here to help. With a thorough understanding of the safety features, we feel confident you can find a setting that feels safe for you and your family.
Dig into the juicy details of Blox Fruits here! With over 20.9 BILLION visits and a 94% positive rating it’s one of the most popular games on Roblox. It’s a HUGE game so this guide can’t cover everything but it will give you plenty of information to get started. Let’s go!
If you find yourself wondering why your child is constantly asking you for Robux, you’re in the right place.
Today we’re sharing what Robux are, how your child can get them, and what to watch out for.