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Classroom Activity: Coffee Ground Fossils

Stuck inside with nothing to do this holiday season? Looking for a fun, hands-on activity to supplement your digital learning? Filament Games has you covered!

Classroom Activities for Elementary School

Encyclopedia Britannica guest blogger Kelli Johns shares some free science and social studies activities for Elementary school...

Exploring Cells: A Middle School Science Activity

Just in time for back to school, Britannica Digital Learning shares a middle school science activity with the Filament Games blog...

Classroom Activity: Planet Mechanic

The way our planet works can be complicated to explain as you discuss rotation rate, orbital distance, tilt, atmosphere...

Curriculum Activity: Visualizing Fractions with Diffission

The concept of a fraction can be difficult to understand in the abstract, requiring time and patience to understand these concepts, especially for younger learners...

The Socio-Emotional Benefits of Game-based Learning

In addition to rigorous attention to academic standards and achievement, schools and districts are focusing on a holistic growth plan for students, which includes building socio-emotional skills...

How Game-based Learning Engages Struggling Students

In our game-based learning program overview, Sun Prairie Area School District educator Mary Headington shared the story of Susan, a student in her class who typically struggled with coursework. Susan was discouraged...

Curious about Coding - Introducing Scratch to Spring Harbor Middle School

When Filament Games first received a request to talk about engineering in video games as a fun activity that could be presented in 50 minutes, we were stumped. It’s easier to talk about designing games by creating...

Molecubes Classroom Activity

Upon first introduction, it can be difficult for students to understand and distinguish the different states of matter and how they can be transformed. Molecubes allows students to take this knowledge into their own hands and transform matter...

Classroom Self-Assessment: Game-based Learning

When we released Implementing & Evaluating Your District Game-based Learning Program, we wanted to help administrators and educators get the most out of using games in the classroom. Regardless of the size of your implementation, there are areas for...