Be a Dinosaur

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5, Elementary, Middle school

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ELA, Languages, Mathematics

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This site was created to give kids a fun, creative, age-appropriate place to learn and play. With a focus on reading, numbers, and simple skill games, these free educational games are fun for kids and a great way to learn new things. These interactive games  help kids develop a passion for learning while challenging them to push their skills and tackle new challenges. Each game on this site is hand-selected to be fun, interesting, and to help instill children with excitement about learning in a digital environment. Children can recognizing pictures and pairing them with words, to learning addition, subtraction, multiplication, and more, these games are designed to entertain children’s attention while offering a productive and rich learning experience.

Knoword

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3, 4, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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Knoword is the distance learning tool that makes teaching online easier and expanding your vocabulary almost too fun for words. It turns learning words, terms, and definitions into a game that’s not only fun and intuitive, but also completely customizable by teachers. Choose from over 2,000 pre-made word packs, or create your own, and make teaching from anywhere no problem with Knoword.

Kahoot!

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Kahoot
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1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Kindergarten, Middle school, preK

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art, computer science, geography, history, Humanities, Mathematics, mathematics, music, Natural Sciences, science, Social Sciences, social studies, Technology

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Their learning platform makes it easy for any individual or corporation to create, share, and play learning games that drive compelling engagement. Kahoot! games can be played anywhere, in person or virtually, using any device with an internet connection. They also have a wide selection of games for kids of all ages. You can explore this content by age, subject and language.

Games for tomorrow’s programmers

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Google
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

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computer science, Technology

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This website provides free coding puzzles and mazes that also include different topics that can be coded like birds, turtles, music, movies, and ponds. This website can be used in a remote learning setting and classroom setting. These games allow students to begin to learn how to code and read code also.

Blockly Games is a Code with Google product. It contains elementary games that introduce young students to basic coding concepts.

The yard games

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Field Day Lab
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5, 6, 7, Middle school

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biology, chemistry, Earth science, Natural Sciences, physics, science

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This website provides the students in grades 5-7 a mini-games that are 10- 20 minutes to experiment and interactively engage in learning science topics. This website can be used for remote learning for students; it also provides students guidance on understanding complicated systems in science.

The Yard is a collaborative project of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Field Day is a team of educators who develop games for students.