Addicting Addition Game

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Photo credit: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Deep Sea Duel is an engaging game for students to learn addition with multiple single or multi-digit numbers. Students can play against each other or against the computer. They can control the number of numbers to choose from and the level of difficulty (adding negative numbers or […]

Surreal Surviving Change Game

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Photo credit: Michigan State University Life Preservers was created by Games for Entertainment and Learning Lab to teach students about the anatomic relationships shared among organisms through geologic time, and the introduction of new species can dramatically change the future survival of other organisms. Disclaimer: Students pretend that they are aliens how have the ability […]

Impish Invasive Species Game

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Photo credit: ETCglobal, Carnegie Mellon University BrainPOP has shared a game called Invasion!! (developed by students from Carnegie Mellon University) which is a great way for students to learn about the challenges of invasive species. First students learn about the lives of Asian Carp and of their initial introduction to water treatment plants. Next, students […]

Magnificent Multiples Game

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Photo credit: http://roomrecess.com The game Zap-A-Zoid, is a great way for students to learn about odd & even numbers, multiples, factors, and prime numbers. To begin, they read what their goal is at the bottom of the screen, and then they fire an energy bolt at the alien with the correct number above its head. […]

Wonderful Word Building Game

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Photo credit: sesameworkshop The Electric Company on PBSkids is hosting a game called Jungle Jumble (developed by sesameworkshop) to teach kids how to identify that words can have letters, or letter combinations in common. This can help students pronounce unfamiliar words as they learn to recognize similarities between new words and words that are already […]