Brain Games & Fun Sites





Artopia lets you explore art, music, theatre, and more.  You can also create an online portfolio.  

Build Yourself Wild! from New York Zoos and Aquarium

Cool Math is a site that the 5th graders at Van Meter recommended!  

Cyberchase is a TON of of games from PBS Kids! 

eLearning for Kids is organized by grade and subject level.  There are tons of games to choose from on eLearning for Kids. 

 

GirlsGoTech from the Girl Scouts website


I SPY Games from Scholastic 

Just Crosswords has a new puzzle maker with which you can build crossword puzzles, save them, print them, or embed into your website or blog.

KidsSpell is a fun way to improve your spelling.  

Magnetic Poetry kits to play online...Create poetry, stories, and fun sentences to share with others! 


Scholastic Newszone

A Secret in the Cellar....a written in bone forensic mystery from Colonial America

Spin and Spell asks students to select a picture and then spell the name of the item. Alternatively, students can have word select for them and then identify the correct corresponding image.

Spelling City not only offers games, it also offers the capability for students to type a word and hear it pronounced.  

SwitcherooZoo make your own new animals at this photorealistic virtual zoo.  

Spin and Spell asks students to select a picture and then spell the name of the item. Alternatively, students can have word select for them and then identify the correct corresponding image.

Talking Pets from allaboutpets.com lets you create your very own talking pet! You can even upload a picture of your own dog. Make them tell a story and put them into their very own environment.  How fun! 

Zimmer Twins is a great site for introducing elementary school students to making simple animated video stories. I was impressed with all of the safe guards for young students on this site.  On the Zimmer Twins site students can create a story from scratch or complete one of the "cliff hanger" story starters.




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