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10 Game Based Learning Apps to Help your Students Succeed

These apps will help you become a great teacher by helping your students learn the material in a way they will remember it. Students light up when they are allowed to play games, so why not let them when they can learn while playing?

Teach Your Monster to Read

Help children learn to read with our free, award-winning reading and phonics game.

Animate your life.

Tellagami® is a mobile app that lets you create and share a quick animated Gami video. This allows their students to virtually respond using their imagination.

Brain Pop

BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts & Music, Health, and Technology,

Elementary School apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows 8 - eduPad

iTooch Elementary School is an application intended for elementary and primary school students. It covers the official Elementary U.S. curriculum in a fun game based learning way.

Khan Academy

You can learn anything. Expert-created content and resources for every subject and level. Always free.

Games, Books, and Videos for Kids

Funbrain is the #1 site for free educational games, books, and videos for kids in grades pre-K through 8. helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more. For kids age 2 to Kindergarten.


VocabularySpellingCity offers vocabulary, phonics, spelling and writing practice to master word study through engaging online games, and gives kids immediate results.

Learn all about ClassDojo ♥

Build wonderful classroom communities with parents and students. When each child get their own avatar they will be fully engaged.

Learn K-6 Math and Reading

Our K-6 curriculum is research-based, common core aligned, and comprehensive - with over 300,000 math problems and explanations. But even better, students will feel like they're playing a game.