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Television: Games

Online games are a fun way to learn more about science topics. Here you will find links to an assortment of interactive games and activities for use at home or in the classroom. These games are designed for a variety of skill levels and interests. They can be used in a computer lab, on an interactive whiteboard, or on individual devices. Flash, Java, Shockwave, QuickTime or other interactive plug-ins may be required.

Get the Scoop!






In BBC iReporter, you take on the role of a news journalist covering a big story. You'll make choices about sources, fact-checking, and deadlines in this interactive game.

Ride the Wave

Tower


Radio Waves simulation activity - you may want to download this one. It is pretty cool!

Kids Incorporated

Crew

Kids Work! Here is a cool site to explore – learn about the history of television, telegraphs, the telephone and radio. Visit a virtual television station and visit the staff and the different station departments, and then play the role of three of the jobs needed in bringing television to the customer.

Building a Satellite

Satellite

Build It Yourself Satellite Game – from NASA – determine what your satellite will be used for and then decide what equipment will be necessary.

Pixel This

Pixels

Television screens break images into smaller portions called pixels. Read about the pixel technology and then play the NASA game Pixel This.

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