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  • Dr. Marbles and the Cybersquad need to cross a river--but their boat is too small! Can you help them figure out how to get across? Your goal is to get everyone over in as few trips as possible. Use the critical thinking skills you have learned in math and science to help you!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/modeling/
  • You can be a contestant on the Cyberchase Squares game show! The game is easy-- the host will read a statement and nine Cyber-star contestants will each give a response. It is your job to identify the response that is a counter-example to the statement; in other words, you are trying to find the one example that proves the statement is not true.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/counterexamples/
  • In CyberOlympics, Team Motherboard goes head-to-head with Team Hacker in the TriAdditon. Can you choose a team that has what it takes to win the race?

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/cyberolympics/launch.html
  • Hacker has hidden the four pieces of the Eye of Rom in four different mazes. Luckily, Motherboard is able to give you directions through the mazes. You’ll need to use your trusty compass and her directions to find the pieces. To get back you will need to use inverse operations.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/inverseoperations/
  • In this game, you must defend the moon! You are the commander of a tank on a desert moon. Aliens from Vraktu VII are attacking the base to steal its energy. Defend the base!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.kidsastronomy.com/games/defender/index.html
  • This is a great earth science review game! Your goal is to turn all of the red cubes blue by answering earth science questions correctly. You will see questions about space, map projections, rocks, and much more!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.tasagraphicarts.com/activities/TasaGeoCube.html
  • This great interactive resource allows you multiple opportunities to explore weather related concepts. After clicking start, you will learn how to report and predict the weather at the underground W.H.E.D weather caves! Each activity has three different levels, and each level is harder than the one before it. This resource also includes a teacher's guide (with pre- and post- tests) and links to additional weather related resources. These include a weather glossary, a Fahrenheit to Celsius & Celsius to Fahrenheit converter, and a link that provides information about interesting people in the weather field.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.edheads.org/activities/weather/
  • The goal of this game is to protect four cities from falling asteroids. To do this you must shoot them as they fall, either by clicking on the screen or by using a detonator (hitting the space bar) to destroy them all. You receive ten points for every surviving city at the end of each level. Cities are replaced every fifth level, but if all of your cities are destroyed, the game is over!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.kidsastronomy.com/games/rocks/index.html
  • Use this geology Jeopardy game to review concepts in earth science with your friends! Don't forget to answer in the form of a question and scroll down to find out the correct answer.

  • This game was designed to help you learn about rock types. This game will give you four characteristics of rocks and a picture. You will have to use these clues to figure out "who" the rock is.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.kidsgeo.com/geology-games/rocks-game.php
 

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