Photo credit: PBS kids & WGBH Educational Foundation In Break it Down, students direct specific decomposers to specific food sources in the jungle, in order to make soil, that is rich in organic material.
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: PBS kids (& Kratt Brothers Company Ltd.) The Kratt Brothers have paired up with PBS kids to provide games for students, like Rhino Bowl, which help them learn about animal adaptations. Below are links to games for several different animals. Photo credit: PBS kids (& Kratt Brothers Company Ltd.) Photo credit: PBS kids […]
Photo credit: PBS kids PBS kids has created Jet’s Planet Pinball to help kids learn about the solar system. This game is interesting, challenging, & has good information about our solar system.
Photo credit: BrainPOP Guts & Bolts is a game that helps students think about how the body systems work. This includes the circulatory, nervous, digestive, respiratory system and others. Save
Photo credit: TestTubeGames The Electric Shocktopus is a game that features an electrically charges octopus, who needs to use its understanding of how charges interact, in order to solve challenges. Save Save
Photo credit: flazm Truck Loader 4 is a game where players must use an electro-magnet to complete loading tasks, quickly. Save
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.