This fun game allows students to create and print their own solar systems. They can specify planets, planet names, planet sizes, planet order, and whether or not planets have rings or moons.
STANDARD – 6 TO 8 SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SUBJECT CONTEXT HAS CREATED AN INTERACTIVE GAME
In this game players move blood cell, food, and waste tokens around the body. Whichever team delivers or disposes of all their tokens first wins the game.
Description: Welcome to Animal Idol. In this game, your knowledge of the animal and plant kingdoms will be tested like its never been tested before. Unlike American Idol, you won’t have to sing, but you will have to answer questions about animals, plants, and biomes. Each round has a different theme and the questions are tough. To make it to the next round, simply score five correct answers and score at least 50 percent. For example, if you get five correct, but get eight incorrect, you will be eliminated, but if you get five correct and four incorrect, you will survive. After every round, you’ll endure criticism by the three judges, Randy Jackal, Paula Impala, and Simon Cow. Can you be the next Animal Idol?
Description: This is a “jeopardy” like game on United States Presidents. It’s super fun for classrooms, individuals, or small teams, totally customizable. Uncheck “teams take turns” to make it more exciting for kids.
You’ll explore the design of classic games — and newer titles like Angry Birds and Portal — in a quest to understand how video games are built. Through lectures and hands-on projects, you’ll explore the principles of 2D and 3D computer graphics, animation, sound, and collision detection. You’ll learn how to use frameworks like Unity and LÖVE 2D, as well as languages like Lua and C#. Join now to program your own games and gain a thorough understanding of game design and development.
Description: This hilarious game features the “farm fox,” who curses the other animals of the farm by rearranging their sounds. Students must reverse the curse, by dragging and dropping the correct sounds to the correct animals. For example, for a barking cow, the student would have to drag the “bark” sound to the dog.
In this game, kids learn about the full body system. In addition to free and printable cards, you’ll need a set of plastic bones. This game is similar to spoons, a crowd favorite in my house!
6–9 hours per week, for 12 weeksLearn about the development of 2D and 3D interactive games in this hands-on course, as you explore the design of games such as Super Mario Bros., Pokémon, Angry Birds, and more.View the course
Description: This wildly fun activity challenges students to spawn powerful tornadoes with their typing skills. The faster a students can type the “tornado-themed” words that appear, the more powerful the tornado becomes. Students have 25 total seconds to type as many words as possible. If students can produce super-massive tornadoes , exceeding 500 mph, their tornadoes can turn into sharknadoes, pignadoes, frognadoes, and other kinds of tornadoes.
Fun Science Games for Kids Our online science games are sure to fulfill your child’s sense of curiosity. They introduce kids to basic science concepts in an approachable manner, reinforcing comprehension through engaging and stimulating activities. Using interactive science games creates a unique learning process when combined with conventional teaching methods.
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At Turtle Diary, we have a vast collection of science kids games covering such topics as the human body, weather, life cycles, animals, and much more. Our games will captivate and hold the attention of your child, creating an unforgettable learning experience.