educational games

Engaging Game-Based Learning Curriculum from SplashLearn

This post is in partnership with SplashLearn. All opinions are my own. Do you use a game-based learning curriculum in your classroom? Finding engaging resources for students is a challenge at all levels. To help cultivate a habit of life-long learning, the team at SplashLearn has developed elementary-friendly resources you’ll want to check out. SplashLearn […]

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Create and Share Student-Friendly Activities with Educaplay

This post is in partnership with Educaplay. All opinions are my own. This month, I had the chance to jump into an EdTech tool that lets teachers create and share activities with their students. When you dive into the site, you can search for lots of student-friendly activities to share with your students. In this […]

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Kid-Friendly Board Game with STEM Connections

Throughout the school year, I’m always on the lookout for new ways to support teaching and learning. Earlier this year, the team behind Drop Squad: The Escape reached out to me. They’ve developed a kid-friendly board game that connects to strategy and STEM skills. Kid-Friendly STEM Board Game How does it work? As you can […]

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Odeum Role-Playing Games for Education for Critical Thinking

Using role-playing games for education? The folks at Odeum are developing customizable and ready-to-go educational games for teachers.  These role-playing games apply to a variety of subjects including social studies, language arts, literature and more. Educators can also choose from games that feature Macbeth and Anne Frank or use different historical environments for customizable activities. Their “plug-and-play” kits of theaters, actors, and […]

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Online Games for Students: DigiPuzzle for Skill Practice & Play

DigiPuzzle is a resource for online games for students that covers a wide range of skills and interests.  This website includes educational games. These games cover math skills like fractions and multiplication and playful games related to topics like wintertime.  Finding online resources for students that keeps them interested and engaged can be a challenge, but […]

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