Students love to play Jeopardy, and this template has nearly everything you need to reproduce the game in your classroom. Very little set up is required. Add music and bring in some fun buzzers, and you are set.
Submit a list of names, then click to spin the wheel to choose one at random! Save your lists and embed them in your website or blog! This tool is helpful in cold calling for class participation or for general quizzing.
This is a creative twist to a matching game. Create & Label 2 - 4 trash bins and then generate a list of items. Students will be asked to drag each item into the appropriate garbage can. Perhaps you have a list of sentences and you want students to choose which ones would need citations and which ones wouldn't. Or maybe your garbage bins are true and false. The possibilities are many.
The Wisc-Online Arcade not only hosts educational games but also allows you to create them. Choose from crosswords, baseball, rapid fire, beekeeper, spin the wheel and many others. Or, search for games on MLA documentation, finding the main idea, and related topics. If you create an educational game that may be a useful resource to others, you have the option to share your game with the Wisc-Online Arcade.
Your students are using their cell phones anyway. Why not let them use their devices for good, not evil? Kahoot allows you to enter multiple choice questions and then it generates a game code. In your classroom or at home, students use cell phones to choose a color-coded answer to each question.
Quizalize lets you engage your class and deliver instant assessments for personalized learning on any computer, tablet or smartphone. Use quizalize at the start of class to quickly identify student strengths, weaknesses as well as which topics need to be covered again. Or, assign quizalize for homework, review the analytics, and decide how to shape the next class session.