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Free educational video games are standards-aligned

 Arcademic Skill Builders, a free online resource offering educational video games, announces today its release of 40 educational games for anytime use.
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Arcademic Skill Builders, a free online resource offering educational video games, announces today its release of 40 educational games for anytime use. The web-based learning games assist K-8 students with basic math, language arts, vocabulary and thinking skills in the classroom or at home.

As students participate in the games, they can play together in groups of four, eight or 12 students at one time. The games can be integrated into instruction with the use of a projector screen, interactive white board or computer lab.

All Arcademic games are developed to align with state standards and the Common Core Standards

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