Check out the links here for educator approved games and websites that challenge all students.
Quandary is a web and app-based learning game for middle grade students that promotes critical thinking and decision-making skills. The game can be associated with reading, listening, and speaking standards. It also connects to 21st Century Learning Standards in critical thinking, perspective taking, and decision-making.
The Smithsonian Encyclopedia is a great online resource with an easy-to-use interface. Explore by topic or themes. Themes are organized by Art and Design, History and Culture, Science and Technology, Mysteries of the Universe, A Biodiverse Planet, World Cultures, and The American Experience. Activities, games, fact sheets, online exhibitions, reading lists and research resources all at your fingertips. So, go ahead and explore.
Another resource from the Smithsonian, The Learning Lab. Allows students and teachers to access 1.3 million images, texts and recordings. Create your own collections and browse curated collections by other students and teachers.
EdHeads has great interactive educational resources for all grade levels, plus many STEM activities. Including, Trauma, Deep Brain Stimulation, Virtual Knee Surgery, Sickle Cell DNA, Crash Scene, Nanoparticles and Brain Tumors. Check out some of the engaging activities
Admongo helps students learn about advertising and become more savvy consumers. Sponsored by the Federal Trade Commission, students learn advertising literacy concept, marketing techniques and critical thinking skills. Can you make it to the top?
Welcome to PBS NOVA Labs. This interactive website provides students with a wide range of science projects from Evolution, Cybersecurity, RNA, Cloud, Energy, and Sun. Explore these excellent STEM resources