Posts Tagged: games

Kahoot – An Engaging Review Game on Any Device

Kahoot – An Engaging Review Game on Any Device

Kahoot www.GetKahoot.com Looking for a way to keep students engaged during review?  Check out Kahoot.  Enter your own questions or browse the extensive collection of public Kahoots made by other users at getkahoot.com.                  Student Start Page at Kahoot.it Teachers must display the Kahoot so that students can view… Read more

Flashcard Stash – An Easy, Entertaining Vocabulary Review Tool

Flashcard Stash – An Easy, Entertaining Vocabulary Review Tool

Flashcard Stash www.flashcardstash.com Flashcard Stash is a great digital flashcard tool that makes vocabulary review less tedious.  When you type a new term Flashcard Stash provides a definition from Wictionary.  You can select the best definition, edit it, or type one of your own.  You can also copy and paste virtually any terms list.  Just indicate the character you… Read more

Quizlet – Why it’s still among my favorite study tools.

Quizlet – Why it’s still among my favorite study tools.

Quizlet https://quizlet.com/ Quizlet has been around for a long time, and I was reminded why it remains so popular when I added a new set of terms for my students today.  Quizlet is nicely described as “simple tools that let you study anything, for free.”  Below are the three main reasons I continue to use… Read more

eQuizShow – Make your own Jeopardy-style review game.

eQuizShow – Make your own Jeopardy-style review game.

eQuizShow eQuizShow.com eQuizShow is the easiest way I’ve seen to create an online Jeopardy-style review game.  There is nothing to download, no sloppy PowerPoint Templates, you can choose from 1-6 teams, and it keeps score!  You can make your own in minutes, or use one of the thousands of games already made by other users. … Read more