They can learn through playing historical campaigns such as Gore v. Obama, launching campaigns in any state and hiring volunteers to help win.
Democratic choices are Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley, while the Republican candidates include Donald Trump, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
To pass a level, kids must pass all times tables in the level as well as answer them in a timed test.
There are 35 new characters to collect and "brain breaks" throughout, but only if the child has answered enough questions.
In Flip Multiplication, kids can flip two numbers around to see that 3 x 6 is 18, and 6 x 3 is 18, for example.
The six color-coded levels progressively get more challenging.
There are 270 challenging levels (135 easy levels for ages 3-5 and 135 hard levels for ages 5-9) of puzzles designed to enhance logic, problem solving, memory and more. Presidential election is in kids' hands when they choose a candidate and navigate the political landscape of the 2016 Electoral College.
Kids can track their progress as they experiment with subjects such as gravity, levitation and density. They will use real-world polling data, population demographics and historical voting trends to manage their campaign.
Elmo and Abby love to play with numbers and want to help kids do the same.
Discover numbers one through 20 with number identification, number tracing, counting, addition, subtraction, problem solving, art and more.