Photo credit: Novel Games Ltd. In the game Rainbow Mechanic, players generate a rainbow by placing or removing mirrors so that the light can be reflected towards the prism. If light cannot be reflected to reach the prism, you can press the Reset button to start over. There are solar powered devises, such as flashlights, […]
Photo credit: charstudio On Math Playground, students can complete a circuit as the objective of the game called Light the Lamps. Players travel from negative to positive poles, in a general loop shape, to turn on the light-bulbs. Save
Photo credit: Ben Tibbetts Blob’s Story is a game that students can use Newtonian physics to help Blob meet up with its love.
Photo credit: Ivan Pavlov Accurate Slapshot is a game where students can practice using Newtonian physics to alter the trajectory of the puck in order to get it in the net. Save
Photo credit: funkypear Coolmath Games hosts gravitee, developed by funkypear, which is a game that helps students visualize how Newtonian physics can alter the trajectory of objects in space.
Photo credit: sciencereviewgames.com Play Mr. Sheehan’s Punnet Squares Basketball to review genetics concepts. Disclaimer: you may wish to mute or turn down the volume, due to the sound of the buzzer and the crowd.
Photo credit: NimbleBit, LLC Learn about genetics by playing pocket frogs. Try to determine which parents are needed to create a particular offspring. Disclaimer: pocket frogs is available for the iPad and iPhone. Save Save
Photo credit: Foumart Games Quantum of Light is a fun game from Foumart Games. This is a game that teaches students about light refraction. Each level players complete, provides a brief mini-lesson about light. Save
Photo credit: Playerthree & UN/ISDR The International Strategy for Disaster Reduction has a game, titled Stop Disasters!, available so students can learn how to prepare for natural disasters. Save Save Save
Photo credit: Hooda Math Goldberger To Go is a game that students can play to help them conceptualize the parts that make up a sophisticated Rube Goldberg Machine. These machine are a great hands-on way for students to learn physics and transfers of energy.