Build a Civilization

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¬†Photo credit: Clarus Victoria Clarus Victoria has developed a series of games for people to explore how early communities developed. Pre-Civilization Bronze Age is a game where you make choices in how you grow your community. You assign jobs to people in order to collect resources, ensure defense, and build a wondrous structure. You will […]

Trailblazing Trajectory Games

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Photo credit: Hooda Math Basket Balls is a challenging game where players use trajectory to get the basketball into the hoops. In addition to helping students become familiar with trajectory, it also builds solid problem solving skills. Photo credit: coolmath-games.com Another fun trajectory game is Cannon Basketball 2. These games can be a fun supplement […]

The Elusive Agent Higgs

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Photo credit: TestTubeGames Agent Higgs is a great game (developed by TestTubeGames) that will help students learn about particle physics. Your job is to help keep the elusive Agent Higgs hidden, using a growing knowledge of particle physics. Each level teaches students about a new attribute of atomic particles which will be used in that […]

Face-off of the Fittest!

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Photo credit: TestTubeGames The Fittest is an interesting game (developed by TestTubeGames) which teaches students that things like radiation cause individual changes in the genes (which adjust the outcome of the appearance and functionality of the next generation). The genes of the winning constructs are used as the basis for the next generation’s structure. Students […]

Fabulous Food Chain Challenge

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Photo credit: BBC BBC Bitesize has developed some fun games to help students learn about food chains. These are set up in different ecosystems (woodland, savannah, & tundra). Students select plants, herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores to complete the food chain. The plants may be tricky to find, as I only found blackberries, and an oak […]