My Universe - School Teacher
Everyone has played schoolteacher with their teddy bears or dolls as pupils. Haven't they? Well, here's a sim version for kids aged 7-10. Each day passes with three lessons you need to teach your pupils, followed by practical exercises. You can help them, but make sure you stop them daydreaming! The minigames are varied and kids love them.
My Universe - School Teacher
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If you've always dreamed of being a teacher in a countryside school with a single class, like in The Waltons, you've come to the right place.
A game designed for ages 7-10, but that is also popular with fans of casual management games.
So, here we go: the first day of school with five pupils (to begin with), and as the headmaster is a nice guy, he'll help you find your feet.
You need to teach three classes per day in the form of nice little minigames. And never fear: the game requires no specialist knowledge of maths, English, or science! Just press the right buttons to teach your class.
In some subjects, like geometry, your pupils will need stationery (set square, compass, etc.) before they begin, so you'll need to fetch them from the stationery cupboard. At the end of the lesson, you can answer a few questions and try to keep your pupils interested in the task at hand as the timer in the top-left corner of the screen counts down to the end of the class. When the bell rings, it's time for the next subject!
We loved the customisation. At the start of the game, you can customise your character, the name of the school and its logo, and whether your students will wear uniforms or not. But that's not all! Depending on how well you do, every time you level up you'll get a surprise from your students to say thank you. You can get new clothes, for example, but you can also customise your main classroom, science lab, studio, and stage by changing the floors, walls, furniture, and style of decoration.
Our favourite part? The sequences when you need to keep an eye on the class and run between pupils answering their questions, waking up the sleepyheads and nudging the daydreamers. It's so much fun!
Our tip to help you on your way? Depending on how good your classes are, some students might earn a star, which is great news for you as their teacher! Always try to earn as many stars as possible, because they also record your class's progress and let you grow your school.
But because there's more to life than learning, you can also head out into the playground with the kids, visit the headteacher, clean your classroom, and visit the canteen and other classrooms. Who knows? You might even come across one of your pupils who needs a hand! There's one particular pupil, for example, who is too shy to play hopscotch, so it's up to you to boost their confidence.
Teaching ain't easy!