Design Your Own Games

Pre-Made Games

Ghost Blasters

This game focuses on finding multiples of 10.
Ghost Blasters 2 This games lets you choose to practice sums of the number you set
Ghost Blasters 3 This game is for practicing two digit plus one digit numbers.
Ghost Blasters 3 This game is for practicing two digit plus two digit numbers.
Ghost Blasters 3 This game is for practicing addition of 2 digit by 2 digit numbers.
Ghost Blasters 3 This game is for practicing 2 digit  minus 1 digit subtraction.
Ghost Blasters 3 This game is for practicing 3 digit minus 3 digit subtraction.
Banana Hunt This game helps students practice the degrees of an angle
Bang On Time Helps student practice telling time.
Billy Bug Helps students learn coordinates. ( 0-10)
Billy Bug 2 Helps students learn coordinates. ( 0-5)
Class Clock Tool for teachers to help teach time.
Dog Bone Finding numbers from a number square.
Estimate Estimating numbers
Fraction Flags Halves Practice painting creative flags while learning about halves
Fraction Flag Thirds Practice painting creative flags while learning about thirds.
Fraction Paint 4 Fraction Paint 2x2 square
Fraction Paint 9 Fraction Paint 3x3 square
Fraction Paint 16 Fraction Paint 4x4 square
Fraction Paint 25 Fraction Paint 5x5 square
Fraction Paint 36 Fraction Paint 6x6 square
Ghost Blasters Even Practice finding the even numbers
Ghost Blasters Odd Practice finding the odd numbers
Math Magician Practice Addition, Subtraction, Division, and Multiplication facts by number
Math Magic Timed practice of basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Percent Paint Percentage paint tool 
Power Lines 1 Mathematical reasoning level 1
Power Lines 2 Mathematical reasoning level 2
Power Lines 3 Mathematical reasoning level 3
Random Generator Tool for randomly generating numbers
Speed Grid  Addition 1  Addition Level 1
Speed Grid  Addition 2 Addition Level 2
Speed Grid Addition 3 Addition Level 3
Speed Grid Subtraction 1 Subtraction Level 1
Speed Grid Subtraction 2 Subtraction Level 2
Speed Grid Subtraction 3 Subtraction Level 3
Speed Grid Multiplication Multiplication  
Splat Squares 0-99 Number square 0-99
Splat Squares 0-100 Number square 0-100
Splat Squares Reveal 0-99 Blank number square 0-99
Splat Squares- Reveal 0-100 Blank number square 0-100
Spooky Sequences- Triangular Numbers Find the sequence (triangular numbers).
Spooky Sequences- Square Numbers Find the sequence (square numbers).
Spooky Sequences by ones Find the sequence ( by ones).
Spooky Sequences by twos Find the sequence ( by twos).
Spooky Sequences by threes Find the sequence ( by threes).
Spooky Sequences by ones Find the sequence ( by ones).
Spooky Sequences by 5's Count on in 5's
Spooky Sequences by 2's Count on in 2's
Spooky Sequences by 10's Count on in 10's
Spooky Sequences backward by 1's Count back in 1's
Spooky Sequences backward by 2's Count back in 2's
Spooky Sequences backward by 5's Count back in 5's
Spooky Sequences backward by 10's Count back in 10's
Stop the Clock 1 Telling time to 1/2 hour intervals.
Stop the Clock 2 Telling time to 15 minute intervals.
Stop the Clock 3 Telling time to 5 minute intervals.
Stop the Clock 4 Telling time to the minute.
Stop the Clock 5 Telling time to the minute.
Stop the Clock R Matching times written in text to the graphic match.
Sum Sense- Addition Figuring out addition problems.
Sum Sense- Subtraction Figuring out subtraction problems.
Sum Sense- Multiplication Figuring out multiplication problems.
Sum Sense- Division Figuring out division problems.

Matching Game Directions- In this game you can match up words. You have two columns to work in . Type in your words in the first column and the matching words in the second column. You should have at least 8 pairs of words. You can have more than eight and each time the students play it will randomly pull from your list of words. To create a game follow these steps:

  • Type in a Title for your game. Use capital letters and you can use spaces. This title will appear at the top of your game.

  • Type in your list of words

  • Click on the hand if you would like to choose the colors for the background and the two colors for the cards. (Use the sliders until you get the color that you want to use)

  • Type in a file name (Use your username for the beginning and a word that will help you remember what the game was for. Usernames are the first letter of your first name and the first 7 letters of your last name.

  • Click on Save New if this is the first time you are saving the game.

  • Click on Load to open up a screen where you type in the filename and test to see what your game looks like.

  • To link up your game use this link                                             http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/match/matchgeneric.asp?filename= 

  • Fill in your file name after the equals sign and you can use this URL to link to your game.

Editing Your Matching Games

  • If you need to edit your game open up the matching game and type in the filename in the box and then hit load.

  • Edit your game.

  • Hit Save.

Term Matching Game- In this game you can put in terms and definitions. There are two columns that you use to put in you words and definitions. Type in your terms in the first column and the definitions in the second column (larger one). You should have at least 8 pairs of words. You can have more than eight and each time the students play it will randomly pull from your list of words. To create a game follow these steps:

  • Type in a Title for your game. Use capital letters and you can use spaces. This title will appear at the top of your game.

  • Type in your list of words (terms in the first column and definitions in the second column.) You should have at least 8 matching pairs. Click on cards 6-10 to add more and then 11-15 if you need to insert that many matches.

  • Click on the hand if you would like to choose the colors for the background and the two colors for the cards. (Use the sliders until you get the color that you want to use)

  • Type in a file name (Use your username for the beginning and a word that will help you remember what the game was for. Usernames are the first letter of your first name and the first 7 letters of your last name.

  • Click on Save New if this is the first time you are saving the game.

  • Click on Load to open up a screen where you type in the filename and test to see what your game looks like.

  • To link up your game use this link                                             http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/match/term/matchgeneric2.asp?filename=

  • Fill in your file name after the equals sign and you can use this URL to link to your game.

Editing Your Matching Games

  • If you need to edit your game open up the matching game and type in the filename in the box and then hit load.

  • Edit your game.

  • Hit Save.

Graphic Matching Game- In this game you can match up words with graphics or use all graphics. This game is not automated. You would need follow the steps below and I can create the game for you.

  • Email me a page (either a web page or a word document) that has the images you want to use.

  • Also type the words that match with the images.

  • Include any color preferences you may have for the game.

  • Include the title of the game.

  • Include the file name you'd like to use following the model we have been using.

Drag Matching Game Directions- In this game you can match up words by dragging them. You have two columns to work in . Type in your words in the first column and the matching words in the second column. You should have at least 8 pairs of words. You can have more than eight and each time the students play it will randomly pull from your list of words. To create a game follow these steps:

  • Type in a Title for your game. Use capital letters and you can use spaces. This title will appear at the top of your game.

  • Type in your list of words

  • Click on the hand if you would like to choose the colors for the background and the two colors for the cards. (Use the sliders until you get the color that you want to use)

  • Type in a file name (Use your username for the beginning and a word that will help you remember what the game was for. Usernames are the first letter of your first name and the first 7 letters of your last name.

  • Click on Save New if this is the first time you are saving the game.

  • Click on Load to open up a screen where you type in the filename and test to see what your game looks like.

  • To link up your game use this link                                             http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/match/dragflip.asp?filename=

  • Fill in your file name after the equals sign and you can use this URL to link to your game.

Editing Your Matching Games

  • If you need to edit your game open up the matching game and type in the filename in the box and then hit load.

  • Edit your game.

  • Hit Save.

Drag Term Matching Game- In this game you can put in terms and definitions. There are two columns that you use to put in you words and definitions. Type in your terms in the first column and the definitions in the second column (larger one). You should have at least 8 pairs of words. You can have more than eight and each time the students play it will randomly pull from your list of words. To create a game follow these steps:

  • Type in a Title for your game. Use capital letters and you can use spaces. This title will appear at the top of your game.

  • Type in your list of words (terms in the first column and definitions in the second column.) You should have at least 8 matching pairs. Click on cards 6-10 to add more and then 11-15 if you need to insert that many matches.

  • Click on the hand if you would like to choose the colors for the background and the two colors for the cards. (Use the sliders until you get the color that you want to use)

  • Type in a file name (Use your username for the beginning and a word that will help you remember what the game was for. Usernames are the first letter of your first name and the first 7 letters of your last name.

  • Click on Save New if this is the first time you are saving the game.

  • Click on Load to open up a screen where you type in the filename and test to see what your game looks like.

  • To link up your game use this link                                             http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/match/term/draggeneric.asp?filename=

  • Fill in your file name after the equals sign and you can use this URL to link to your game.

Editing Your Matching Games

  • If you need to edit your game open up the matching game and type in the filename in the box and then hit load.

  • Edit your game.

  • Hit Save.

Quiz Time- This will allow you to create an interactive multiple choice quiz for your students.  To create a game follow these steps:

  • Type in a Title for your game. Use capital letters and you can use spaces. This title will appear at the top of your game.

  • Type in your question.

  • Type in your answer choices making sure the correct answer is listed in the correct field.

  • Click on the hand if you would like to choose the colors for the background and the two colors for the cards. (Use the sliders until you get the color that you want to use)

  • Click on the hand that says next to continue adding your other questions.

  • Type in a file name (Use your username for the beginning and a word that will help you remember what the game was for. Usernames are the first letter of your first name and the first 7 letters of your last name.

  • Click on Save New if this is the first time you are saving the game.

  • Click here to type in your file name to test out your game. http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/quiz/mquizbgcol.html

  • To link up your game use this link                                             http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/quiz/mquiz.asp?filename=

  • Fill in your file name after the equals sign and you can use this URL to link to your game.

Editing Your Matching Games

  • If you need to edit your game open up the matching game and type in the filename in the box and then hit load.

  • Edit your game.

  • Hit Save.

Copyright 2002, Cathleen J. Chamberlain
Games created by Mark Cogan
Oswego City School District
Oswego, NY  13126