Cosmos apps package - an extraordinary adventure at your fingertips

Each of the games in this package is a window into new worlds. What awaits you there? From protecting rockets from destructive meteors to manipulating equations in space, each game focuses on different challenges, but they share a common fascination with the cosmos. As an explorer of cosmic mysteries, you'll explore alien planets and celestial bodies and try to learn about their unique features and characteristics.

More than just a series of games, this is a unique window into learning and play that develops skills and creativity while providing a dose of exciting entertainment. Compete with friends by creating collaborative space challenges that will not only test your chemistry, but also deepen your understanding of the universe. 

The exercises included in the package cover topics such as:

Facts about the solar system

Celestial
bodies

Mathematical inequalities

Reflexes and playing for time

Constellations and star systems

Sequences and memorization

Group
play

Mapping out
shapes

Creative plays with the „Cosmos” package

Planetary Exploration: Choose one of the planets featured in the "Solar System" app. Invite the children to learn more about this planet, its properties, atmosphere, and more. Then ask them to share this knowledge with others. 

Cosmic Encounter Word: Choose a cosmic word (e.g. planet, meteor, rocket) and ask the children to come up with as many words as possible related to that concept. This can be a fun word game where creativity counts. 

Space Painting: Ask the children to paint their visions of space landscapes, planets, stars, and objects. They can use paints, crayons, pencils or even computer drawing programs. 

Developed competencies:

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MATHEMATICAL
KNOWLEDGE

REFLEX AND
MOTOR SKILLS

Click on the screens to see gameplays of the applications
from the package!

Clone Wars
Space Rocket
Last Shadow
Asteroid Attack
Magical Patterns
Space Blocks
Constellations
Cosmic Inequalities
Solar System
Celestial Bodies

Cosmos apps package - an extraordinary adventure at your fingertips

Each of the games in this package is a window into new worlds. What awaits you there? From protecting rockets from destructive meteors to manipulating equations in space, each game focuses on different challenges, but they share a common fascination with the cosmos. As an explorer of cosmic mysteries, you'll explore alien planets and celestial bodies and try to learn about their unique features and characteristics.

More than just a series of games, this is a unique window into learning and play that develops skills and creativity while providing a dose of exciting entertainment. Compete with friends by creating collaborative space challenges that will not only test your chemistry, but also deepen your understanding of the universe. 

The exercises included in the package cover topics such as:

Facts about the solar system

Celestial
bodies

Mathematical inequalities

Reflexes and playing for time

Constellations and star systems

Sequences and memorization

Group
play

Mapping out
shapes

Creative plays with the „Cosmos” package

Planetary Exploration: Choose one of the planets featured in the "Solar System" app. Invite the children to learn more about this planet, its properties, atmosphere, and more. Then ask them to share this knowledge with others. 

Cosmic Encounter Word: Choose a cosmic word (e.g. planet, meteor, rocket) and ask the children to come up with as many words as possible related to that concept. This can be a fun word game where creativity counts. 

Space Painting: Ask the children to paint their visions of space landscapes, planets, stars, and objects. They can use paints, crayons, pencils or even computer drawing programs. 

Developed competencies:

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MATHEMATICAL
KNOWLEDGE

REFLEX AND
MOTOR SKILLS

Click on the screens to see gameplays of the applications
from the package!

Clone Wars
Space Rocket
Last Shadow
Asteroid Attack
Magical Patterns
Space Blocks
Constellations
Cosmic Inequalities
Solar System
Celestial Bodies