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This is a drag and drop activity in Anatomy. There is an image of a human head and neck blood supply system with empty slots pointing at different veins of the head and neck. The names of the veins are given on the left. Student needs to drag each name to the appropriate slot.
This is a gamification click-to-answer activity for Elementary School. First, there is a theory about the temperature, and the thermometers. Then students need to select various objects to (automatically) measure their temperature and read additional information about each object.
This is a classic crosswords game. Students can select each place-for-word and read or listen to the pop-up that says about the puzzle and the place-for-word that is crossing it. Then students can enter the answer. In the bottom menu students can also select the options to check their answers or to reveal the right ones.
This is an interactive simulation of three 3D-geometrical shapes: the sphere, the vertical half-plane and the right-circular cone. Students can change the parameter that alters the radius of each figure.
This is a bond calculator that helps to calculate the yield to maturity and value of investment. Students can change the various parameters, including the coupon frequency.
This is a gamification question-and-answer activity for Elementary School. First, there is a theory about the three main elements of the story: setting, characters and the plot. Then students read the story, turning the pages of the book, and then answer the questions about the story she just read, to distinct these three elements in the structure of the story.
This is an animated simulation that illustrates the complex phases and processes occurring within cells: Late interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and the same sequence repeated for the two now separated cells that would make them a four.
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