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Now, with respect to today’s scenario we are getting to the time of the year when we usually get a lot of request for ideas for making review games for the students. This year is not any different except that we are getting request for making review games that students can play at home.

So, here are the five options for making review games:

ClassTools

Classtools.net is a free platform for the teachers that can use to create their own educational games. Games made on Classtools.net can be shared via embedded into a blog or website or via email. This tool offers more than a dozen easy to use templates with which teachers can make educational games for their students.

Flippity

Flippity.net provides more than a dozen to follow templates for making games and some other activities through Google Sheets. The only activity that most people like is Scavenger Hunt. Flippity is merely known by the name as scavenger hunt, but it is more like a series of trivia questions that students answer to the open digital locks.

TinyTap

TinyTap is an app which is available for both the Android and iOS OS for creating your own review games based on pictures and diagrams. You can easily be able to create games in which students have to identify parts of a picture or diagram. You can also try to build games in which your students have to assemble a puzzle by dragging and dropping pieces into place. Students can easily play the games you create on Android tablets, iPads or on a laptop.

Quizalize

Quizalize is a great platform with the help of which you can create and distribute online quiz games. Your students can easily be able to play the games as a group in your classroom, much like Kahoot. You can also have your students to play the games at home. Moreover, Quizalize also comes with a “play at home” option long before the Kahoot did.

It also lets you give assignment and practice activities to students based upon how they performed at the time of a quiz game.

Now, with respect to today’s scenario we are getting to the time of the year when we usually get a lot of request for ideas for making review games for the students. This year is not any different except that we are getting request for making review games that students can play at home.

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