Reinforce biology concepts through an immersive game that allows students to rebuild a virtual ecosystem in outer space in 40 challenging levels. Produced by PBS Kids GO!

Explore simple machines and the physics of motion in this interactive online game. Drag missing parts of a kinetic sculpture into place to move a ball from the start to the finish line. Produced by TPT/DragonflyTV.

Adelita is a loggerhead turtle.  Thirty years ago she was hatched on a beach in Japan.  Can you help this ancient traveler on a 9000-mile passage across the vast Pacific ocean to lay her eggs? Produced by WNET/Nature.

Learn about nanotechnology as you set a nanorobot’s charge to negative, neutral or positive. Use the nanobot’s charge to guide it through a nano obstacle course. Produced by TPT/DragonflyTV.

Go through the maze to explore the world of food and get an earful of corn knowledge. Produced by Independent Lens/KING CORN.  

PBS LearningMedia™ is your destination for easy, instant access to tens of thousands of classroom-ready, digital resources including videos and interactives perfect for the Interactive Whiteboard, plus audio and photos, and even in-depth lesson plans.  Browse a collection of interactive … Continue reading

How many languages do you know? Want to learn even more? In this game, you will match English words to their translations in four languages: French, Spanish, Swahili, and Navajo. Produced by Reading is Fundamental/Reading Planet.

The Questioning Cube Game is part of WPSU’s Blue Ribbon Readers, a collection of seven interactive games designed to help elementary school students gain reading comprehension competencies. In the game students practice asking questions about short stories or passages of … Continue reading

The game is tight and your team is close to victory. To win, you’ll have to help RIF’s mascot, Riffington, sink some free throw shots. And while you make the shots, you’ll have to solve a mystery word puzzle at … Continue reading

This set of activities is like an old-fashioned Spelling Bee. Contestants — that’s you! — in grades 1-8 will listen to three stories, one at a time, and then spell words from each story. Students in high school will listen … Continue reading

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