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February Game Library Updates

Welcome back everyone to a new Game Library Update! Are you wondering how to keep your students engaged, moving, and learning all at the same time? Keep reading to find out what games we have added to the Game Library to do just that!

Starting this month there are going to be a lot of Spring Break's going on! Don't you worry, we have just the game for you! Take a look at both the Spring Break games we have set up that can keep your students engaged and learning throughout their break. We have also added a game that looks at comparing fractions! Are you students requring a review? Take a look and see if this game is for you! Not working on math right now? That's okay, we made sure to add some English and Social Studies games as well. Finally, some of you have been having a number of snow days this month! We created a game that will give the students who attend school on snow days something to do - educational too! Take a look at our most recent blog post below to read more about each game and get a copy for yourself!

Math Spring Break Fun Hunt!

Complete these math based missions individually during Spring Break to keep your mind sharp about ANGLES!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 5 - 12

Subject: Holidays

Game Creator: Adrian Sloan

Spring Break Chase

Use this GooseChase to keep students engaged over their spring break!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 5 - 12

Subject: Holidays

Game Creator: Ingrid Chavez

Comparing Fractions

Complete these missions with your students to get them reviewing how to compare fractions!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 3 - 8

Subject: Math

Game Creator: Alysia Smith

House of the Scorpion Review

Complete these missions with your students after their have read "House of the Scorpion" to review their knowledge and understanding of the novel!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 9 - 12

Subject: English

Game Creator: Jennifer Blais

Time - Management Challenge

We all have days when our list is huge and the time we have just isn’t enough. When time is tight and your agenda is packed, you’ve got to prioritize tasks and work efficiently! You have 10 minutes!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 6 - 12

Subject: Management

Game Creator: Holly Francks

Amendement Challenge

Complete these missions with your students to review the 27 Amendments found in the Constitution. All pictures should be real things and not from the internet!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 9 - 12

Subject: Social Studies, History

Snow Day Fun!

Use these missions to get your students up and moving on a Snow Day!

Best for: Students

Grade Level: 5 - 7

That's all for now, but more games will be added in the future! Check out our complete library for more ideas!

Have a game you'd like us to include in our update, submit it here. Looking for a game for a specific topic? Let us know on Twitter or Facebook!