The Shelve-it or Shelver Game reviews how books are organized in the library. There are 2 versions to play, Fiction and Dewey, with 3 levels each.
Image by Mrs. Lodge
Arcademic Skill Builders - Video games to help you learn! Also available as an iPad or Android app!
Lots of good stuff....just try it out!
FBI Cyber Surf Islands has games to play on each "island."
Through the Wild Web Woods - An internet safety and cyberbullying game
Pentaminoes - A puzzle game based on the book, "Chasing Vermeer" by Blue Balliett
Create super silly stories while you practice your ELA skills.
Play a mini-version of a Discovery GV favorite! Program Lightbot to light up all of the blue squares.
Want to create your own games, music, art, or animations? Scratch can show you how!You can play online and create an account to save, or you can download the Scratch program at home.
Image from Scratch.mit.edu
Learn how to write code for computers to create your own video games and programs
Image from Code.org press website
Seussville is a website devoted to Dr. Seuss and all of his books. Lots of fun for kids and families!
Free Rice is a vocabulary game (though you can also play with other subjects) that adjusts the challenge level as you learn.
Typing Club - A great way to learn how to type or practice typing faster