Rhyming Words Smartboard Game

Rhyming WordsHelp a child named Max cross the river by choosing the correct stepping stone/log/water lily (depending on the game’s difficulty level).

Each of the river object is associated with a word. The object that can hold Max’s weight – and can thus send him across – contains the word that rhymes with another given word. Choose the wrong word, however, and Max falls into the river!

Two groups of players can compete to see who can get the correct rhyming word first. There are only five steps, so this ensures that the game cannot end with a tie. Alternatively, it can also be a race to the finish – which team can get across with the least amount of tries?

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Spring Flowers Smartboard Game

Spring FlowersIntroduce your students to fractions with this simple fraction game.

The objective of the game is to fill up three flowers that were split into fractions with actual petals. To do this, the players are asked to pick one of the two fraction cards that are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The game then produces a corresponding petal card with a random color, which the players are then asked to match to one of their flowers. If the fraction card or the color the player needs is not listed on screen, he will have to skip his turn. The first player to fill his flower bed with flowers wins.

The game has a two player mode for team play, and the teacher also has two difficulty options. Try it out!

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Snowball Fight! Smartboard Game

Snowball FightSnowball Fight! is a game where players are asked to hit characters appearing randomly on-screen with a snowball, which then leads to a question to be answered. Though the questions are related to math by default, they can be modified so that they can contain any topic the teacher wishes, making the game highly customizable and can be adjusted for any grade.

Teachers can make turn this into a competitive challenge by forming his students into teams, with each team having a representative. The representatives quickly tries to guess under which object on-screen the random character will appear in, with no two teams having the same guess. Whomever gets the correct answer will earn his team a point, provided that they are able to answer the given question.

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Light and Dark Smartboard Game

Light-and-DarkTeach your young students about the different light sources. Allow them to explore a room specifically crafted for learning about light and dark. Which gives out a stronger light source? The candle? The lamp? What about the sun? What is the difference between viewing a room with a stronger light, versus a weaker one?

Once the children have finished with their experiments, it’s time for a quiz! What have they learned as they played? And what other common and practical knowledge can they learn about light sources? Why not play the game and find out?

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