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Chain Game teaches users how to replace a sound in one word to make another word, and continue to do this until they have a sequence or chai...
BrainPOP Jr. can help you teach and reinforce key skills in writing, including genres, story elements, grammar, spelling, and more! Here are...
Collaborative Learning Tips: Allow learners to work in pairs at a computer while playing the Battleship Numberline math game. Pairing lea...
The Refraction game teaches fractions by adopting three models: laser width (continuous), flow frequency (discrete), and lasers colored...
If you’re using educational games over a period of time, ask your students to track game progress with graphs. Whenever a game is played, di...
There are lots of different ways you can have students explore online educational games. Here are five general approaches we can recommend t...
Some students will prefer to figure out games in their heads, but others may need additional support. When introducing a game to your class,...
Interactive simulations are different from games, and therefore have different functions and purposes in the classroom. Simulations are not ...
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