This site offers 29 different brain games including ones you may know such as Chinese checkers, Sudoku, Mastermind, and Chess. However, there are many unique games like Rotate where you decide which pieces need to be rotated to see the picture or Memocoly where you memorize the colors you see in order after a quick flash. It also provides 13 different word games like unscrambling words quickly in Anagramania, or trying to figure out what word the moving letters make in The WordHunt Game. Not only can you play any of these 42 challenging games, you can choose from 30 different languages including Spanish, French, Italian and many more.
The earliest documentation of fireworks dates back to 7th century China. They were invented more than 2000 years ago in China. They are the largest manufacturer and exporter of fireworks in the world. 90% of all fireworks originate from China.The first recorded fireworks in England were at the wedding of King Henry VII in 1486.
Did you know that dreaming about fireworks means that you like to be the center of attention? It also symbolizes enthusiasm and exhilaration. Get off on the right foot today by playing The Fireworks game.
Here a great educational gaming site produced by BrainPop. Founded in 1999, BrainPOP creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement. There is a myriad of games including math, reading, health, social studies, science, and English on this site. Get lost in space or tinker with sports games. Something for every style of learning here.
The count down is on! Is your brain ready for the ultimate concentration needed for the classroom after summer break? If not, then log onto the many math concepts up for review with this great interactive game for early and intermediate elementary students. Review the recognition of the Arabic and written form of numbers, shapes, multiplication, fractions and percentages. The games can be played alone or with two players. On each level there are several variations of each game so you will get a lot of practice. See if you can collect a drawer full of socks by the time you finish your review.
Does your elemenatry student need a fast paced game that will test a variety of mathematic skills as well as reflexes when using the computer mouse? Practice fractions, counting money, understanding spatial relationships, perimeter measurement, and basic arithmetic calculations such as adding, subtracting, simple multiplying, and dividing while earning points. There are five levels that increase with difficulty during this interactive game. An additional well-noted aspect to this game is the necessity of following directions carefully. There is constant switching between asking what is largest, then smallest, first, last,
and so on, so students must be aware of what each question is asking.
Some days we're just inundated with too much computer time. You know the feeling - eye strain, back pain, and neck cringes all begin to surface. For kids, that bit of antsy behavior begins to flourish as well as repeated trips for items needed while working on their lessons on the computer. This is the time to break out the cards and have a bit of fun! Give your brain a rest and let it recharge before the next lesson.
This activity uses four randomly selected numbers to create an equation that equals a fifth number. It gives users a chance to practice different mathematical operations and to practice writing equations correctly. It even includes separate teacher/leader version link at bottom of page. Best of all you are still learning while you are having fun!
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Valerie Bourbour is a certified educator and past Co-Director of The Academy of Ormond Beach. Ms. Bourbour has experience in online learning platforms and aims for student success.