# Curriculum Guide

 Game Titles and Descriptions Game Subject Areas Game Grade Level Index
 A - I J - Q R - Z
 Change Maker: This game simulates operating a cash register. Players are told how much something costs and how much money they received. They then decide how many quarters, dimes, and pennies they should give back in the change. Cookie Dough: In this number writing game, players either write out a word or numeric representation of a given number. Double Fun Match: This memory and knowledge game has the same rules as Fun Match, but instead of looking for identical symbols, players look for equalities. • SCIENCE: Elements and their symbols • TIME: Clock faces and digital time • WORLD AFFAIRS: European flags and their countries • MATH: Fractions and decimals Fresh Baked Fractions: Students click on the fraction that is not equivalent to the others. Fun Match: In this game, players turn over cards two at a time. When the revealed symbols are the same, the cards are removed. The game is over when all the cards are gone. Grammar Gorillas: Players are shown a sentence and asked to click on the noun, verb, etc. This game builds knowledge of parts of speech and word usage. Guess the Color: Learn how to mix colors of light in this game. The player is shown a color and must match it by choosing the correct mix of red, green, and blue light. Guess the Number: The player guesses a number, and then is told whether it is higher or lower than a secret number. The player must keep guessing until the secret number is discovered. This game can also be played with negative numbers. Guess the Number Plus: The player needs to solve a simple algebra equation to guess a number. The player must keep guessing until the secret number is discovered. This game can also be played with just addition and subtraction, or with all operations.