Mrs. Fillhart's Favorite Online Interactives
An Internet Hotlist on Educational Games
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Welcome to LIFE at Wiley! Play these games, and no matter how hard you try to just have fun, you can't help learning! Let me know if any of the links aren't working, or if you have suggestions for other online educational games. Enjoy!
The Internet Resources
- BBC's Interactive Games - Over 30 games to teach and test your knowledge! These are based on British History, but are fun for all.
- Build a Pyramid Game - My students love to guide the boat down the Nile River. Can you do it?
- Destroy the Castle - Build a trebuchet (catapult) in the Middle Ages.
- Farming in Mesopotamia - Probably my students' favorite. Can you successfully sow and harvest your crop?
- Kids.Gov - Some of our favorite sites out there. Every government website also has a website designed for kids. Try 'The Art Zone' for Flow, Twister, and other great games. Or head to the CIA site to see if you have what it takes to be a spy!
- National Geographic Interactive Games - The menu on top has lots of other games, too.
- Viking Quest - You can learn a lot about Vikings from this, but you won't learn good manners!
- Wacky Web Tales - Just like madlibs. Have fun!
- Winged Sandals - Groovy Greek games and myths.
- You Wouldn't Want to be an Egyptian Mummy - Click on the right hand menu for other things you definitely would not want to be: Roman gladiator, Viking, or Whaler.
NOVA Hot Science
Math/Science and Technology
Social Studies & History
Fun with Language - Books and Otherwise
Content by Mrs. Fillhart, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last revised Tue Nov 12 4:51:03 US/Pacific 2013