The free and inexpensive educational games are the biggest growth areas of the online market and they’re changing how people learn, according to a study from the National Association for the Education of Young People.
The National Association of the Education Of Young People, an education advocacy group, said more than half of its members are younger adults, and the majority are parents of young children.
The study found that more than one-third of adults and more than 50 percent of parents have played online games at least once, with more than 75 percent saying they’ve played for free.
About 45 percent of adults who said they had played games online said they also use social media to share information and share their own knowledge.
About 10 percent said they played games on the phone, and 11 percent played on a tablet.
Some of the games have already been on the market for years, and many are free.
Games such as Minecraft and Star Wars Battlefront are free for players of Apple iPhones and iPads.
The games are designed for people who don’t have the skills to learn the complex subject matter of learning and teaching.
Some of the most popular games include games like Pictionary and Words with Friends.
Other popular educational games include Word Search and Word of the Day.