Using Games

Using Games

Your students can play and learn at the same time with our digital games! They can practice early-learning skills like comprehension, sight words, and visual discrimination in an interactive, colorful, and entertaining format.

What makes these games special?

Each game is built with a particular skill in mind. Plus, the theme of the game relates to the corresponding issue of Let’s Find Out. Here are three ways children benefit from our learning games. 

1. They build computer skills.

Students click, drag, and interact with the screen in tactile ways.

In this game, students explore a carnival scene to find hidden objects. 

2. They build knowledge. 

Games reinforce the content found in the magazine. 

In this game, students match animals to the correct habitat.

3. They build skills.

Games give students the opportunity to practice a particular skill in a fun format. 

In this game, students listen to a sight word. They then click on the correct word to feed the groundhog!

Where can I find the games?

Each issue of Let’s Find Out has a corresponding game! Go to the issue you want to teach. Simply click on the purple bar to launch the game. 

How do I access games from past issues?

We have a game archive! It includes a large collection of our past games. On the home page, scroll down to our Archive and click on the purple “All Games” button. 

This will bring you to the games archive. Scroll down to see the depth of the collection. 

You can filter the games by month. Select a month on the left-hand side of the screen. 

Can I search for a game by skill or topic?

Yes. Type the skill or topic in the search box in the upper right-hand corner.

Then “filter by type” on the left side of the page by selecting “Games.”

Can my students use the games on their own?

Yes. When students log in using your Class Password, they have access to the games.