Online Instructional Games
These games have been created by Hardin County Teachers for use in their classrooms. Each will reflect the curriculum area and the Exit Expectation that the game addresses.
I know that!
Designed for K-12, but wonderful tool for ABE students looking to polish up on LanguageArts and others. From "punctuation Paintball" to deciphering word problems in "Math Stories," there's something there for everyone. Be careful, this site can be addicting!
Wants to Win a Million Dollars?
Designed just like the hit TV show! This is a blast for math and science learners. Test your knowledge of math and science as you work your way to the million dollar level! Although the questions you will answer are real, the money, unfortunately, is not. You aren't playing for real money! Sorry!
Although created for grades 2-5, this webpage contains fun and interactive quizzes that students can use to reinforce learning grammar.
Games and activities related to grammar. Fun and interactive.
and Puzzles from Jefferson Labs
From the creators of Who Wants To Win a Million Dollars, science and math learners will think they've died and gone to game heaven!
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These 103 games were designed as part of EDTEC 670 and are not available for sale. However, they are really creative! Those who have extra time can get some ideas on how to create your own board game for your classroom. You can write to the authors for permission to create your own version of the games. They'll say yes!
Fun online math games, featuring mathematics, problem solving, puzzles and more. We have a combination of Java applets and flash learning activities. Although designed for K-8, some games can be good refreshers.
and Puzzles - SCIENCE
Puzzlemaker from Discovery.com
Help reinforce learning by creating and printing out puzzles for students to complete. This site is great for teachers!
Lemonade Stand is a classic game that teaches the basics about how supply and demand effect business. In this game, it is your job to run a street-corner lemonade stand and to try to make some money doing it. Your business decisions affect supply and demand, and therefore, your profitability.