Time to get your notebooks and pencils ready...school is back in session! We've put together an entire school day's worth of subjects with great games around every turn, because here at MSN Games, it's ALWAYS recess!
Books to Film Trivia
Pop (culture) quiz, everyone! Close your books, pick up your mouse, and impress everyone with your knowledge of films based on the books you just closed. How many of these Hollywood hits have you seen?
Let your imagination swim wild in an all-new, all-out aquarium-building adventure. With talking fish!
Care for endangered and orphaned animals in zoos around the world. It’s eco-cuteness!
Curious about wildlife? Read the latest discoveries in Technology and Science.
Form as many words as you can from the letters on your rack before time runs out. The clock is ticking!
You have a clue and two words – they’re spelled out in order on the tray below, but the words are all split apart!
Do you enjoy words? Then, you’ll love these lists of bestselling books!
Quick Fire Pool: 8 Ball
Grab your pool cue and apply your physics skill to see how many shots you can make before time runs out!
Wake the Royalty
Solve these puzzles with gravity and force to give the nodding nobles a royal wake-up call!
Physics propelled rockets into space! Track this famous Mars spacecraft with Bing.
Papa’s Taco Mia
It’s Taco Tuesday every day! You’ll need a steady hand to build the best tacos for demanding customers!
Move your fish around the ocean, snacking on smaller fish. But stay away from the big ones, or you’re lunch!
Not too fond of school food? Bring a sammich!
Cradle of Persia
Carve an empire from the desert of ancient Persia. Match coins, lumber, and more to expand your realm!
and the Time Paradox
Puzzle and portal your way through two dangerous eras in history.
Uncover the latest archaeological evidence of life in this ancient civilization!
Use simple logic to fill in the puzzle with numerals 1-9. Enter the correct number in every grid square to win!
Mate in One Move
Each board can be solved in a single move... but can you puzzle out which one to make?
Why learn math? Because it helps you save and invest your money!