Tropic Mind is an educational virtual world for kids, composed of many colorful islands. Every island is inhabited by unique educational content, offering kids a wide variety of activities. All educational content at Tropic Mind is provided by a team of experienced teachers and educators that work with kids for 20 years and more.
What Can You Learn at Tropic Mind?
Physics, Biology, Human Body & Health, Geography, World History, Astronomy, Ecology & Recycling, Math, Geometry, and much more!
Tropic Mind turns education into an adventurous journey of exploration. Surfing through the islands, your child will discover different tasks, games, animations and other quality content. They also regularly updated with new islands and activities, which makes learning and exploring a never ending game.
A part of Tropic Mind is always free for kids to learn, play and explore. You can also purchase a membership for the full version of educational content and other extra activities for your child. Learn more
What the momma thinks…..
All three of my school age children just love their computer time. They enjoy chatting with their friends, looking at pictures but most of all playing online games. So it is extremely important for me to ensure that the content they are using is not only safe but educational. I get the best of both worlds with TropicMind.com.
The website is colorful, fast, responsive. Really everything to keep a younger child’s attention. There are numerous activities on each island and many islands to select from. You can change your character at the beauty salon, then head to the workshop to show your artistic talents and play educational games like Hungry Crocos and more. Even though we limit their pc time to 1 hour a day, there is plenty of exciting things to do on Tropic Mind to keep them occupied for that time and even longer.
The only thing I noticed is each activity does have some reading in the beginning where it explains the directions. For younger users (ages 6 and under), you the parent will probably need to assist them with this. After they get use to each game and this may take a little bit as there are many, they should remember the rules and be able to play alone.
While there are other players online, the interaction level is low. You can invite people to be your friend, but no personal information is ever shared. They can however message each other but I assume this is popular with most online games. Like with anything, just ask your children to be careful when interacting with strangers online and report any odd activity.
TropicMind.com can be played for free. Paid members get to visit all the islands at Tropic Mind and have access to the full package of current educational content and all the future updates of it. I say play for free along with your children the first time or two and if you see that they are enjoying their time, upgrade. It is $5.95 a month and less if you subscribe longer. In today’s world that is the cost of two sodas and a candy bar. Don’t forget education is the key to your child’s future!
See you there!
One lucky winner will receive a 3 Month Tropic Mind Membership Package.
Giveaway ends July 31th at 11:59pm, open worldwide, ages 18+. To enter please use the Giveaway Tools form below. Good luck!
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