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Interactive White Boards

CHALLENGE STUDENTS WITH FUN CLASSROOM GAMES

Magic Tree House Fact Tracker ShowdownMagic Tree House Fact Tracker Showdown
A special classroom version of our newest game was designed especially for interactive whiteboards. Choose from any of the 24 Magic Tree House Fact Tracker Books, split your students into teams and watch as review time is transformed into an action-packed competition that will have your class clamoring for more facts!

Each game is made up of three rounds of questions that include multiple choice, image-based questions, and a true-or-false lightning round. Students can “buzz in” and select their answer by tapping directly on the whiteboard.

Each game will be centered on one of the 24 Magic Tree House Fact Tracker books (formerly Research Guides) on topics as varied as snakes and reptiles, the American Revolution, Leonardo da Vinci, and many more. Teachers can select the book that best matches their subject.

Curriculum Areas: Science, Social Studies, History, English, Art, Music

Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That Sketch-a-MiteCat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That Sketch-a-Mite
Face off against the world’s best builders—termites!—in this revolutionary Interactive Whiteboard game. On the right side of the board are the termites, hard at work, as they construct a tower that reaches higher and higher. Your students and their teammates are on the left side, drawing shapes that magically transform into actual physical objects, then tumble into place following the basic rules of physics. It is
Doodle Jump meets Jenga meets Tetris and your students are center stage.

Curriculum Areas: Math (Two-Dimensional Shape Recognition and Drawing, Simple Physics)

KICK OFF AUTHOR STUDIES WITH VIDEOS OF THE AUTHORS THEMSELVES


ClassroomCast offers videos of authors discussing their work, research, and how they go about writing their books.


Tune in to our channel often to share book trailers, author interviews, and teasers with your students.