Photo credit: If you think you have what it takes to be a trivia master, play Know it All! This game asks trivia questions related to the following categories: English, Math, Reading, Science, & Social Studies. The first one to 1,000 points wins!
Photo credit: In Other Words is a game where the player is provided the letters of one word, and these need to be scrambled to form a new word. Sometimes it is as simple as swapping the first and last letter and bringing down the vowel, but don’t get stuck on that choice, as the […]
Photo credit: Click States is a game that students can play to learn about where the states and capitals are within the United States. They can also learn the nicknames of the states. Disclaimer: This game is only for review and beating a timer. It does not teach the information.
Photo credit: RoomRecess.com Cell Shock is a game that students can play to practice identifying figurative language (similes, metaphors, hyperbole, personification) and sensory details. The vehicle can move between the floor and the ceiling tiles to move around. When they find the battery that has the correct answer, the player charges it up. When 3 […]
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Trick or Treat is a game that students can play to practice determining character traits, story settings, and vocabulary.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Tone is a game that allows students the chance to practice reading the tone of various paragraphs.
Sharing interesting books is a great way to develop a joy of reading. Books are incredible because of their interesting plots, charismatic characters, imaginative settings, eventful adventures, unraveled mysteries, and explored human dramas hook readers. Disclaimer: Please buy the books below to support the efforts of the writers, illustrators, and the publishers that make books […]
Photo credit: BYU MCOM Watch the video above to learn about sentence structure.
Photo credit: BYU MCOM See the video above, to see how active voice is achieved by keeping the subject and verb close to each other within a sentence. Photo credit: BYU MCOM Watch this video to see how to use strong verbs in active voice. It helps to clarify, by first knowing who is doing […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC The Sticky “i” is a short video that teaches students why “tion”, “cian”, and “sion” create the sound /shun/. It also teaches a spelling strategy to help students remember which of the three is used most frequently in words. Save