Gift an impactful learning experience with iBiome games

Make your kids’ screen time count for a green future: creating virtual ecosystems, exploring how nature balances itself simulating our impact on the biosphere taking action to do our part!

Awards and Recognition

iBiome Series

Help students understand the Earth’s water systems and become environmental stewards.

Play to Learn

Engage kids with curriculum-aligned climate science
Build 11 different ecosystems, from coral reef to Arctic
Learn about amazing creatures and their dependency on habitats

Play to win

Simulate how nature works to level up
Challenge your knowledge to win badges
Visualize the invisibles to feed your curiosity

Play for our future

Develop empathy for the challenges facing the wildlife and us
Set up your goals to reduce eco-footprint
Take action on our daily choices to make a difference

What the iBiome Series Can Offer Your Students

Educators’ Feedback

“iBiome-Ocean allowed my students to discover how food chains and webs work because they could manipulate them using what they read in their science textbooks.  I have taught for 38 years, and this is one of the best products to teach ecology that I have used. It teaches students the phenomena of real-life food webs.”

Bill Brooks, Gr 6 Science Teacher, Eastshore Elementary School, California

“The iBiome games bring the science curriculum to life!  Building food chains and observing changes in food chains as species are added to each dome really helped my students understand ecosystem interactions. While playing, the children often comment on loving the scientist, they marvel at pictures of the real-life organisms, and are proud of themselves after completing a dome.  The iBiome games are a fun addition to my science classroom.”

Graziella Sadler, Gr 3 Science Teacher, Richmond Hill Montessori & Elementary Private School, Ontario

iBiome-Wetland is a beautifully designed and well-researched game that engages students quickly.

Mike Farley, Gr.7 Science Teacher, University of Toronto Schools, Canada

What Students Learned From Playing Our Games

  • "The part I liked most was when I added animals and got many badges. The badges were hard to get and was the most fun part."
  • "It taught a lot more than what I learned from our textbook. It got me thinking a lot.”
  • "I think it does help you learn about the ecosystem. I think it helps because you learn best when you are having fun. This game was very entertaining, so I paid more attention to it and learned more.”
  • "I learned about over-fishing and the problems associated with less wildlife."
  • "I liked matching the icons to the predator, prey, producer, etc, because it taught me the most.”
  • "I learned that we are creating global warming and that we are over-fishing. I learned that all the sea creatures have to die or adapt to what's going on."