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10 games to implement into the classroom when using gamification!

Further engage students in their learning by using these games to gamify your classroom!

How to Play Gimkit's Trust No One (among us)

Here is a quick tutorial on what Gimkit's "Trust No One" which is based off of the popular game "Among Us" is played. Hope this helps! It's super easy!

Create a Quiz Game with Kahoot

Learn how to create your own quiz game for the classroom using the free online program, Kahoot!

Factile Tutorial - Make Your Own Jeopardy Games

Learn how to use Factile to easily create online Jeopardy-style quiz games for your classroom (or for an event, etc.) for free. On its own Factile is an exc...

Line Dry | Fuel the Brain

Complete different number patterns with differing degrees of difficulty.

Flippity's Scavenger Hunt - Fun way to create a challenge for your students!

Flippity's Scavenger HuntFun way to create a challenge for your students!

Creating an Escape Room Using Google Slides

This video will demonstrate how to create an escape room experience for your students using only basic level knowledge of slides and the scenario of your cho...

Gimkit "Draw That" Game Mode Overview and Tutorial, FREE Earth Day Kit

#baldguysci #edchat #kicksomeclass #gimkit #drawthatIn this Gimkit "Draw That" Game Mode Overview and Tutorial I'll walk through what the game mode is, what ...

Educandy Tutorial - Create Customized Educational Games

Learn how to use Educandy to create fun educational games for students or others to play. Many of the games are simple, such as the anagrams unscramble game,...

Using Minecraft as an Educational Tool

Middle school students create their own 3D virtual worlds and learn lessons about communication, collaboration, and digital citizenship through the first-per...

Geometry Games Menu - Math Games

Geometry math games for kids. Learn geometry in a free, fun way. Topics: shapes, angles, lines, symmetry, polygons and many more.