Free Interactive Educational Games and Practice Tests | Student Handouts
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Interactive Learning Games
Online Test-Prep Learning, Study, and Review Games and Quizzes for K-12 Classroom & Standardized Tests
We have hundreds and hundreds of free learning games, both online and printable. The easiest way to find a particular game is to browse by topic. For example, the Months of the Year Energy Saver Game can be found under our materials for learning about the months of the year. Likewise, you can find the Establishment of the Roman Republic Energy Saver Game under our teaching materials for Ancient Rome. Click here for our printable study games. Below, you can find instructions on how to play our various styles of interactive learning games. Here is a sampling of our offline and online educational games:
Months of the Year Energy Saver Game
American History Games World History Games
Printable Game Boards       Question Cards for Games       Test Prep Strategies       Holidays and Just for Fun
Don't know how to play our games? Click here for easy-to-understand instructions.
Our quizzes are designed to be both educational and fun. We know from experience that these quizzes will help you to not only pass your tests, but excel in your coursework. We'd offer a money-back guarantee, but the games are already free.

Have fun reviewing course material, studying for a classroom test, getting ready for standardized college admissions tests (like the ACT, SAT, AP, or GRE*), or prepping for state proficiency tests (such as the Regents or state graduation test). Research shows that studying = positive results. The more familiar you are with the material, the better you will do on any test.

Don't know where to start? Try our Cultural Literacy Daily Quizzes calendar.

For a classroom activity, our games and practice tests work great with a whiteboard.

You might also try giving the kids a practice test in the computer lab (or even use one as the "real" test).

All you have to do is give the kids the link (or preload the computers) and have the kids take the test.

There is a "submit results" option within the tests (all the kids need is your email address for forwarding their results; you could also monitor the lab and jot down scores by hand as students complete their tests).
*Student Handouts is in no way affiliated with the ACT, SAT, AP, GRE, or any testing company or standardized test. For information on specific tests, contact a particular state board of education or testing company.