Memory Game Maker Downloads... Information... Examples... What is a Memory Game? Tips for making a good game information used in the pairs needs to be a clear unambiguous match there can only be one possible match for each card. Remember that if you make a game and find that some pairs are confusing, you can open the game up in the Game Maker and change the information on the cards. If you intend to record new sounds you must make sure that: You have a microphone You know where to plug the microphone into the computer The settings on the computer allow sounds to be recorded (the help file for step 8 provides some information about this) Saving and playing your game All finished games are saved as a web page with a 'data' folder containing all the resources included in your game. Correcting a mistake in a game The Game Maker allows you to open and make changes to the content of a Memory game. Installation and operation Intallation The Memory Game Maker requires the following: Operation Download the MSI Version history
Language Games – Macmillan Dictionary Learn, live, love … play! Games are a great way to learn all sorts of things about English. These games are for English language learners, or native speakers who are addicted to word games. For downloadable theme-based language puzzles, check out this page. 90% of the time, native English speakers use just 7,500 words in speech and writing. Learn more about our unique red word and star system There are some things in English that can only really be learnt through practice. Phrasal verbs may seem obvious to native English language speakers, but for learners they can be mystifying. Another game to practise your knowledge of phrasal verbs. Games for Revising Vocabulary photo © 2006 Bas | more info (via: Wylio) For many learners, final exams are coming closer by the week and revising is in full swing. The three tools I will mention today are especially useful for revising vocabulary, but can be adapted to other subjects as well. Free Puzzlemaker has different puzzles you can create; from word searches to maths squares and cryptograms. Super Teacher Tools offers another variety of games, my favourite being the Speed Match quiz maker. You just need to download the game maker and follow the instructions. My only recommendation is that if you would like to link your matching game to a class wiki, the only way I was able to do this, was by uploading to Wikispaces rather than Wetpaint.
Seven Ways to Build Your Own Educational Games There are hundreds of places to find educational games and quizzes on the Internet. That said, sometimes you still cannot find quite what you're looking for. In those cases you're better off creating your own games. Here are seven good tools you and your students can use for creating games. Sharendipity makes it possible for students and teachers to quickly create and share simple video games. Sharendipity's drag and drop creation tools can be used to create a game in as few as four steps. ClassTools.net is a free service teachers can use to create their own educational games. Purpose Games is a free service that allows users to create custom games, share games, and play games. What 2 Learn is a website offering more than two thousand educational games for middle school and high school age students. YoYo Games hosts hundreds of relatively simple online games created by amateur and professional game developers.
Home | Cramster.com Jigsaw Puzzle Creator - A Jigsaw Puzzle Maker Software Make your own flash Jigsaw Puzzles games. Jigsaw Puzzle Creator will allow you to convert your favorite pictures into flash games easily. It will help you to attract more visitors and share pictures with friends easily. Product Name : Jigsaw Puzzle Creator Last Version : 3.4 Release Date : Nov 25, 2012 New Features - Create Flash Games from your picture - Track solve time for your player online - Export and Import theme - Time challenge games - Support for multiple browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari - Royalty FREE - and much more. - See Video tutorial
games for adult learners Mrs. Wiscount's Webpage - Resources CyberSafety Wiki - my Cyber Safety resource wiki I created for my educational technology internship Teacher Tech Training Wiki - fourteen professional development educational technology training sessions Media for Student Projects - 400+ links Here is the start of my Livebinder collection. These links are to sites that students may use to help them with developing 21st century skills. These links are sites I have found to be useful in helping me integrate technology in a way that promotes student learning, performance, & achievement. Click on the buttom below & try out this online interactive white board from skrbl.
Free, Printable Bingo Cards by Bingo Baker Room Escape Maker Basic information ROOM ESCAPE MAKER is a free online application to create Escape The Room games. Build challenging casual point and click games with puzzles, hidden objects, safes with combination locks, and much more. YOU are game designer. The community You are more than welcome to be a part of the project. Fan of Room Escape Games in general? Help creating games If you need to know more about how to create your games, we recommend you to watch this amazing tutorial created by PhantomDarkness135. Do you still have questions? Publishing conditions When you send a game to review, be sure you don't have anything else to change about it. While on review, these are the reasons that may prevent us from validating your game: Irrelevant title, keywords or description. Also, avoid having items to be added to the inventory during your game if these items are not going to be really useful. Application compatibility ROOM ESCAPE MAKER was tested on Bug report
Interactive Graphic Organizer Holt Interactive Graphic Organizers "Graphic organizers are tools that help your brain think." - Kylene Beers Graphic organizers are an illustration of your thoughts on paper. Click on a graphic organizer to download a PDF of it. Each graphic organizer below includes Teaching Notes with lessons and tips on how to use graphic organizers in the classroom. Help with PDF Files Generating, Identifying, and Organizing Details Determining Main Idea and Drawing Conclusions Order and Sequence Comparison-Contrast and Cause and Effect Process and Cycle Diagrams Evaluating and Making Decisions Persuasive and Supporting a Position Vocabulary Miscellaneous Organizers Graphic Organizer Teaching Notes
générateur de dés from Tools for Educators: Create your own custom dice with pictures, text or both images and text. You can make dice with just your text or choose an image category below to make dice with those images. (See below for some ideas on how to use the dice.) Make dice with text only make one die per page make two dice per page Make dice with images: The basic idea for using these dice in communication classes is that students roll the dice and use the vocabulary that comes up. A few general ideas on how to use these dice to get you started: - You can mix a text die with punctuation like '.' '?' - Make text dice with phonics digraphs, reading rules, and combinations. - Make dice with numbers and different operators ( + , - , x ) or just use regular dice plus the operator dice for simple math practice. - Make text dice with set questions or better yet, just the beginning, 'Have you ever ...?' - Combine the text dice with the printable board games in examples like those above.
5 Active Learning Games Get students out of their seats with these kinesthetic/tactile learning games that reinforce ELA concepts taught in the classroom! 1. Hot Wad Practice vocabulary with a twist on hot potato! On scraps of paper write down different objectives for kids to conquer! Note: This game could also be used to practice simple multiplication facts. 2. Students act, draw, rhyme, or define their word. 3. 4. 5. When everyone has a partner, students start collaborating on a unique story that uses both of their nouns, verbs, and adjectives. For more hands-on fun games and projects, check out Erin’s blog E is for Explore! instaGrok | A new way to learn