There are three ways to play BeastBox: Just play! Let students treat BeastBox as their own mixing board and create music from favorite ...
Here are the solutions required for each level in Python. For JavaScript, add a semicolon “;” at the end of every line. Level 1. Dungeons...
Read about the two subtraction strategies--counting back and counting on-- that are at the heart of the Subtractimals game in this Teachley ...
All games are not created equal, and many resources that are commonly referred to as games are actually digital simulations or interactive m...
BrainPOP's GameUp features simulations, interactive models, and (of course) games. Each of these three types of resources have a unique purp...
At the end of the After the Storm: Day One game, students will be able to use the print feature to create a portfolio of their work. Using t...
The slideshow below provides a brief overview of the controls which are used to play the online physics game, as well as the objectives for ...
Check out SpaceForce, a physics game using force, motion, and mass to recover lost riches. Use the mouse cursor to highlight any of the obje...
What strategies did you use when choosing your bucket labels? How did you decide which bin to place your tiles in when there was more...
Students like to discover game play strategies and, with Square Off, can use them to improve their math knowledge. The greater the area surr...
In the first part of the game, you are supposed to match objects, thoughts and sentences with the correct boy. Match an object by pointing a...
Track what happens when adding species in Food Fight: encourage your learners in exploring a game play strategy that increases and decreases...