I get emails like this from time to time. Sometimes I ignore them. Sometimes the product is too commercial (or bad) to share. Sometimes I get excited and write all about it in a genuine post. Today, as I go through flagged email, I am simply passing this one on after looking it over briefly. I hope it’s not a mistake and I hope it helps someone out there…
Hi Mark! I came across your Educational Technology and Lif blog ,so I thought I’d mention a free algebra and Chemistry games website I’ve written http://funbasedlearning.com which you might find interesting.
The site basically consists of various fun educational Algebra and Chemistry games that I wish I had available when I was a teacher that I have written and put up on FunBasedLearning.com for other to use for free. Please have a look, and if you find them useful, please feel free to mention them on your http://edtechlife.com/ blog and anywhere else you think they may be of value.
Here are the free online games available at http://FunBasedLearning.com
Chembalancer – a game that teaches balancing chemical equations. Easy, intuititve, extremely effective, linked by NSTA’s SciLinks program.
Graph Mole – an online tutorial and game to teach graphing points on the coordinate plane. Click “Introduction” for the tutorial or “Play Game” to go straight to the game where you try and pick the right coordinate to bonk the mole before he can eat all your vegetables.
Line Gem – an online tutorial and game to teach how to graph lines on the coordinate plane. Click “Introduction” for the tutorial or “Play Game” to go straight to the game where you try and pick the right linear equation so your dragon will fly the right line to get as many gems as possible.
Thank you for your consideration,