It's a new month, so just like you thought, it's time for some new games to be added to our Game Library!
This month we have added a few games that may be appealing to the Math Lovers out there! We celebrate Pi Day in March, and what better way to have some fun during math than to participate in a Pi Day Scavenger Hunt? We have two awesome Pi Day Games that just might be the perfect fit for you and your students! Another game we added is one that can be completed by students during the Spring Break! We have to keep those brains sharp and thinking! Get your students to complete this game when they are off from school! We have added a Chemistry game targetted towards the periodic table! Are your students just starting out learning about all the elements? Look no further, they can practice their skills and knowledge with this scavenger hunt! Also, check out the field trip game that came be completed when in Boston! Finally, we have to think about Physcial Activity! Get your students up and their heart rate going with this hunt! Take a look at our most recent blog post below to read more about each game and get a copy for yourself!
Regions of the Periodic Table
Complete these challenges about the groups, part parts, and regions of the periodic table!
You and your team will have the class period to earn points by completing tasks by completing the missions. The team with the most points at the end wins!
Pi Day Scavenger Hunt
Complete these missions in celebration of Pi Day!
Pi Day Challenge
How many pi and circle themed challenges can you meet?
Spring Break Scavenger Hunt
Complete these missions while on Spring Break to keep busy and stay sharp!
Boston Trip Scavenger Hunt!
Form a team, team with the most points will win a prize! Points will be deducted for inappropriate images, bonus points will be added for creativity.
That's all for now, but more games will be added in the future! Check out our complete library for more ideas!