Whether you’re a teacher or a parent, virtual learning can be both challenging and uninspiring. While there are many more flexible and customizable teaching methods available, it’s important to also consider how to make the learning experience enjoyable for students as well. One of the best ways to do this is by playing games on Zoom! Not only do games provide a valuable break from the monotony of lectures and assignments, but they can also be used to reinforce concepts and foster collaboration. In this blog post, we will explore some fun games that can be played over Zoom with your students via Online.
Minesweeper is a classic game that can be played on Zoom with students. It is a simple game to set up and play, and can be adjusted to any level of difficulty.
To set up the game, each student will need a sheet of paper and a pencil. On their sheet of paper, they will draw a grid of squares, with each square representing a space on the board. The number of squares in the grid will be determined by the level of difficulty you want to play at. For example, an easy level could have 9 squares, while a hard level could have 16 squares.
Once the grid is drawn, each player will take turns placing mines in different squares. The number of mines placed will again be determined by the level of difficulty. Once all the mines have been placed, each player takes turns revealing one square at a time. If they reveal a square with a mine, they lose the game. Otherwise, they get to see how many mines are touching that particular square. The goal of the game is to try to avoid revealing any mines, and to help your teammates avoid them as well!
Hangman is a classic game that can be played with students of all ages. It is a great way to review vocabulary or spelling words, and can even be used to teach new concepts.
Here’s how to play:
1. Decide on a category or subject for the game. This could be vocabulary words, spelling words, math terms, etc.
2. Write out the list of words on a piece of paper or whiteboard. Make sure there are enough words for everyone to have a turn.
3. Choose one person to be the “hangman.” This person will draw the gallows and hangman in progress on a piece of paper or whiteboard.
4. The first player chooses a word from the list and gives the clue to the other players. The other players must guess the word based on the clue given.
5. If someone guesses correctly, they get to give the next clue for another word on the list. If no one guesses correctly, then the hangman progresses (one body part at a time) until someone finally guesses correctly and gets to give the next clue.
6. The game is over when all of the words on the list have been guessed correctly, or when the hangman is complete!
Do you want to have some fun and test your knowledge at the same time? Then, take this word quiz! You’ll be given a list of words and asked to choose the correct definition. Good luck!
Flip A Coin
Coin flipping is a classic game that can be played with students of all ages. It’s a simple game that can be played with a regular coin, or even a virtual coin if you’re playing online.
To play, each player takes turns flipping the coin. If it lands on heads, the player gets a point. If it lands on tails, the other player gets the point. The first player to 10 points wins!
Coin flipping is a great game for practicing probability and chance. It’s also a fun way to pass the time and see who can get lucky!
Kahoot is a free online game that can be played on Zoom with students. It is a quiz-based game that can be used to review material or teach new concepts. Kahoot can be played with up to 10 players at a time. To play, one player must create a Kahoot account and share the game PIN with the other players. Players then join the game using the PIN and their name. The game consists of multiple choice questions, and players earn points for every correct answer. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Logo Quiz is a great game to play on Zoom with students. It is a quiz game that tests students’ knowledge of logos and branding. The game is easy to set up and can be played by up to 10 students.
To set up the game, you will need a list of logos and branding materials. You can find these online or in magazines. Once you have your list, divide it into 10 sections. Each section should have about 5-10 logos.
To play the game, each student will need their own computer or device. They will also need a pen and paper to write down their answers.
Once everyone is ready, start the timer and have the first student begin. They will have 1 minute to look at the section of logos and try to identify as many as possible. After 1 minute, they will pass the section to the next student and so on until everyone has had a turn.
At the end of the game, tally up the points and declare a winner! This is a great way to review for upcoming exams or just have some fun with your students. Give it a try today!
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