A game that is used to help students learn about the world of agriculture has been expanded to include an addition from John Deere, according to Daily Herd.
Equipment Engineer, the addition that is sponsored by John Deere, allows students to learn about the different types of equipment that are used in farming around the world, while also enhancing their vocabulary and problem solving skills, the news source reported.
Core concepts that are learned in schools may be enhanced by these computer games, as the agricultural techniques are presented in a larger scope than just the world of farming, reported the Daily Herd.
The John Deere addition is a game that takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete, and children in grades five and six will be able to study the various types of agricultural equipment and processes, the news source reported.
Along with providing educational material across a variety of agricultural categories, John Deere provides the latest in grain harvesting combine technology, as the new line of 600 Draper Platform models comes with 30, 35 and 40 foot configurations, according to the company website.