I know I don’t often link to learning sites where the majority of the interaction involves moving a cursor around.

But I am almost always very much in like with activities the BBC spins out for kids, which is why I’ve been telling as many people as I can about Questionaut.

Questionaut has no set of instructions. All you know is that your friend has lost his hat, and you must retrieve it. Through trial-and-error, you click around on a scene to find out what happens and why and what needs to be solved in order to move to the next level.

Sometimes you need to use your English skills to solve questions, sometimes you need to know science and math. Often you need to be patient. Again, there are no instructions telling you what to do at each level. As I have gotten stuck at level 5, I don’t know how much time you need to complete the game.

Others have posted tips and clues elsewhere online – search for Questionaut.

Have a look yourself first, and, if you find it suitable for your kids, let them have at it.

Feel free to snuffle around the rest of those BBC learning activities, too. Gallons of good stuff, and I know I will link to more in the future.

2 Responses

  1. I have tried this questionaut game with my class and i got stuck on Level 8, ANY IDEAS???


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