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View Resource FlipQuiz

FlipQuiz was designed to help educators create helpful gameshow-style boards to complement traditional flash cards. The features of the program include several easy to use templates, along with the ability to save the boards to the cloud. A Jeopardy-style demo board reveals the fun and interactive features this tool can provide. This version is compatible with all operating systems, though it is...

View Resource Fun English Games for Kids - Free Teaching Resources Online

Fun English Games, along with its sister sites Science Kids and Kids Math Games Online, is a source of free resources for use by teachers and students. Although the main audience is elementary school students, the games, activities, worksheets, quizzes, and videos provided on the site could easily be used by English learners of all ages. For example, in one short video students learn to talk about...

View Resource Crossword Puzzle Maker

Crossword puzzles can be a fun and effective way to teach vocabulary and other information to students of all ages. This site, from The Teachers Corner, makes creating a crossword puzzle quick and hassle-free. Simply enter words and clues into the available columns. Meanwhile, a spell check feature will automatically provide feedback. Then, once the words and clues are entered, users may choose...

View Resource Math Arcade on Funbrain

Elementary school mathematics teachers and tutors, along with parents, youth librarians, and after-school teachers, may be interested in this collection of 25 online educational math games. Arranged by grade level and topic, these games provide an engaging way for youth to practice and review a number of math skills and concepts. These skills include recognizing numbers, calculating equivalent...

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