With thousands of learning activities in Adventure Academy, there are many different ways to engage in learning. In places like the Academy, players can visit exhibits in the Science & Math Wings, and the Library to learn more about specific topics (e.g. Newton’s Cradle/Physics, the number Pi, or the Declaration of Independence).
In the learning Kiosks (placed around the Academy), players can elect to do single activities, or they can complete entire lessons on topics of their choice. Each lesson is a sequence of various learning activities (e.g., videos, games, books, inter-actives, etc.) on a similar or related topic. These learning sequences are designed to both introduce and deepen the player’s understanding of specific concepts in a subject area.
Out in the virtual world of the game, there are even more ways to learn. Players can access several lessons on the same or similar topics through Adventure Maps that are located at Adventure Stops placed around the world. You can find these by interacting with objects that have a sparkle effect circling them!
Additionally, as part of the game-play out in the virtual world of Adventure Academy, players can accept “quests” from non-player characters. All players need to do is look for characters with exclamation marks over their heads. The exclamation mark means that the character has a quest to give.
If you are having difficulty finding a specific activity, please consult the following links!