Photo credit: Spider Swatter is a game for practicing the order of the letters in the English alphabet. Disclaimer: It seems like you should be able to hit anywhere on the spider with the end of the flyswatter, but you need to HIT the spider in the EYES, on the RIGHT-HAND SIDE! If you […]
Photo credit: Rhyme Round Up is a really great game for matching words that rhyme. The player hears a word and they see three galloping horses, each with a word on its side. They select the horse whose word rhymes with the word that was said. If they wish to hear each word read aloud, […]
Photo credit: Meegle Math is a game that students can use to practice addition, subtraction, & counting. Players press the +1 button to add enough meegles to match the number shown, then they either add more meegles to match the instructions, or they pull the meegles off of the platform and drop them onto the […]
Photo credit: RoomRecess.com Jab!Jab! is a game that students can use to improve their typing speed and accuracy. This game is pretty straight forward. You select whether you want to practice the top, middle (the home row), or bottom rows of keys (that have letters on them). Next, pick a boxer. The computer will pick […]
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: DepositPhotos This Kahoot provides an opportunity for students to review the different forms of energy, and how one form of energy can transform into another.
Here is a weblink to an example of the type of energy booklet that this years 6th graders are creating: https://spark.adobe.com/page/JGrjNCXUCIcHC/ They are using pictures and their own words to answer the same four questions for all 9 forms of energy. Where does the energy come from (the answer is essentially the same for all […]
Photo credit: Best Physics Tuition Centre This Kahoot will help students review concepts related to electromagnetism.
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.) In Aardvark Town, students’ […]
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.