Energetic Energy Conservation Game

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Photo credit: www.energyhog.org Energy Hogs is a game that I have students play towards the end of our energy unit, after we discuss ways in which we can all conserve energy. To play, click on “training games” and select one of the available games to play. Most are reasonably straight forward, when following the directions, […]

Electrifying Electromagnetism Game

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Photo credit: armorgames.com Like its namesake, Electro Magnetic is a game that uses the principles of electromagnetism. When you press the “A” key on the keyboard, electricity will run through the iron sphere which creates a magnetic field, which allows the sphere to maintain contact with walls in order to climb them. Using the batteries […]

Arithmetic Game

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Photo credit: http://roomrecess.com Tic-Math-Toe is a fun game that uses the game Tic-Tac-Toe to help kids add, subtract, multiply, or divide either whole numbers or integers very quickly. The goal of the game is to solve equations to get three answers in a row correct. These correct answers can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. However, […]

Spelling Game

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Photo credit: http://roomrecess.com Hangman is a fun game for students to practice spelling and parts of speech. I like that the gruesome aspect of hanging has been removed from this classic game. My daughter, who struggles with spelling, found this game to be really engaging. Students select letters of the alphabet that they think will […]