Playful collection of games reinforces a diversity of skills
Codeable Crafts is a clever reworking of introductory coding, combining simple crafting (coloring, stickers, cut-out shapes) with visual block-based coding
The Educreations iPad app makes it simple for students and teachers to create a multi-page presentation or lesson that can easily be shared with other students, teachers, or parents.
In Think Like Churchill, users face several scenarios from Nobel laureate and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's life and must weigh how to respond at key decision points.
Google’s Made with Code aims to introduce girls to the world of coding through various resources including tutorials, videos, partner projects, and community connections.
Minecraft: Education Edition adds new collaboration tools, classroom controls, and more (now also available on the iPad).
Mosa Mack Science features earth, physical, and life science units aimed at middle school classrooms.
Using Google, Clever, student emails, or a QR code, teachers assign tasks that engage students with a variety of work in the form of videos, photos, text, images, files, and drawings.
Most kids will find this arts-meets-math creation tool engaging (and silly), and coordinating lessons support learning.
The People's Pie is an educational game in the iCivics series designed to teach students how the federal budget works.
WWF Free Rivers is an augmented-reality model app that takes students into a river ecosystem complete with animals, residents, cultures, and weather changes.
Attentat 1942 is a story-based game focused on uncovering a family's story of survival during World War II.
Kids will put their problem-solving, planning, and critical-thinking skills to the test as they figure out how to gather up all those escaped blobs.
CodeCombat's "play first" approach gets kids gaming long before it occurs to them they might want to learn computer programming.
Vidcode aims to get teen girls excited about coding by emphasizing creativity and social media culture and expression.