Back when I had just graduated from college with my shiny Game Art and Design degree, I was hired to work as a government contractor... making games for the children of soldiers stationed overseas. I had been hired by the psychology department. They had the idea of using games to help children cope with their loss. It was a very cool job, and I developed quite a few games before my 9-month contract was up and I opted not to continue (a 3 hour commute strongly factored into me not returning to that position). Here is a list of the games/activities I made, with links to them.
This game is to show kids how they should help out around the house when one of their parent's can't be home to help out as much. The goal is to tidy up/fix what is wrong in each section of the house. Again, I did the programming.