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Great Vocabulary Games, Apps, and Sites

Posted on by Shira Lee Katz

Introduce students to new and relevant words.

Subjects

English Language Arts, letter or word recognition, reading, speaking, vocabulary

Grades

Pre-K–12

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STEM Games and Lessons for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Early Elementary

Posted on by Danny Wagner

Get a head start on building essential STEM skills.

Subjects

Math, counting, geometry, measurement, patterns, Science, engineering, biology, chemistry, physics

Grades

Pre-K–3

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Bridge Constructor Portal

Engineering game is a blast to play, needs extensive teacher guidance

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

3–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Linux, Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox One Series X

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

Chatting and Red Flags

Posted on by Jamie Knowles

Having conversations online, without nonverbal cues or being able to see people, can be awkward and sometimes even risky -- with drawbacks from simple misunderstandings to manipulation or inappropriate messages. Help students navigate and avoid these situations…

Topics

Relationships & Communication

Grades

9

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Great Games for Physics

Posted on by Cassie Sanborn

Virtual space is a great place to learn about motion and gravity.

Subjects

Science, engineering, gravity, motion, physics

Grades

2–12

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Great Heredity and Genetics Games and Websites

Posted on by Danny Wagner

From chromosomes to cloning, give students the scoop on their unique selves.

Subjects

Science, animals, biology, plants

Grades

Pre-K–12

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Meta!Blast

Biology game's wealth of information helps and hinders

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

10–12

Price

Free

Platforms

Mac, Windows

Reviews of Apps & Websites

EteRNA

RNA design game can lead to scientific discoveries

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 4 reviews

Grades

9–12

Price

Free

Platforms

Windows, Web, Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android

Reviews of Apps & Websites

WorldWide Telescope

Treasure trove of astronomical imagery and facts

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 4 reviews

Grades

7–12

Price

Free

Platforms

Windows, Web

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Planet Mechanic

Mini-solar system sandbox lets kids play with planets

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

6–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Windows, Web, Android, iPad

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

Rewarding Relationships

Posted on by Jamie Knowles

"It's complicated" can describe many of our relationships with others, both romantic and otherwise. Add digital devices and social media to the mix, and things get complicated even further. Help students take the first step toward building healthy and rewarding…

Topics

Relationships & Communication

Grades

10

VIDEOS

Teen Voices: Friendships and Boundaries (Adapted for youth with IDD)

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We all love to chat and socialize with our friends. But in our world of constant connection, texts, and social media, managing your friendships online can come with benefits, and also some drawbacks -- especially when it comes to…

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Generation Genius

Vibrant videos and lessons get students thinking about science.

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 5 reviews
Privacy Rating
Expert evaluation by Common Sense

Grades

K–8

Price

Free to try

Platforms

Web

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

NEW! Meet Legs of the Digital Citizens!

Posted on by Erikk Henderson-Hood

In this short, introductory digital citizenship lesson, students meet Legs, one of the six Digital Citizen characters! Legs shares why it's important to stand up for the people we care about, explaining how we can do that online and in person.

Topics

Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech

Grades

K, 1, 2

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

NEW! Meet Head of the Digital Citizens!

Posted on by Erikk Henderson-Hood

In this short, introductory digital citizenship lesson, students meet Head, one of the six Digital Citizen characters! Head introduces the topic of news and media literacy (in a kid-friendly way), and why it's important to be curious and ask questions, so that…

Topics

News & Media Literacy

Grades

K, 1, 2