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Saturday, February 19, 2012: From:
Educational Online Games


1000's of educational games to choose from w/ an educational portal.


Saturday, February 18, 2012: From:
The EdTech Zone


I stumbled across this awesome website the other day while I was preparing to meet with a group of social studies teachers. Bubbabrain is a quiz game website. It works really well on an interactive whiteboard. Bubbabrain looks as if there is much more to it than meets the eye. Teachers ...


Saturday, January 21, 2012: From:
Not Another History Teacher


I am always looking for ways to make my classroom more interactive. I discovered Bubbabrain, which has a wide array of interactive activities for all grade levels (elementary to college) and subjects. Some examples include AP Government, family and consumer science, world languages, sociology, and technology. ...


Friday, December 30, 2011: From:
Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero


BubbaBrain is a site I first reviewed almost 2 yrs ago. After receiving a comment from their president, I decided to give it another look and am glad that I did. A lot has changed since the last time I looked at this site and am glad to say it has really come a long way. This has to be one of the best sites for educational games w/ 1000's of games for students to play. There are educational accounts for teachers and students to sign up for as well as lots of practice for test prep.
I highly recommend checking out BubbaBrain by clicking here!!!


Thursday, May 19, 2011: From:
Educational Technology Guy


bubbabrain is a site that offers online educational games and quizzes. They are organized by grade level and course topic and include AP classes. It's easy to use and has some great games. Most are quiz type games and if you get it wrong, it tells you to try again.


Saturday, May 1, 2011: From:
Vidlock's Technology in the Classroom


Not the most sophisticated title for a website, but it has a neat vocabulary formative assessment component. Here is how to get there.

  • www.bubbabrain.com
  • click on high school
  • click on select a sophomore subject
  • choose AP World History
Then choose which topic to review. I like the series of final exam review games. These are nice for students to get an overall review before the AP World History test.


Monday, March 14, 2011: From:
SHELBY County Schools Where Learning Never Ends - Mrs. Hayn's Blog


Great websites for test prep!!!
http://www.testtakingtips.com/
http://www.bubbabrain.com/index.php
http://www.howtostudy.org/


Friday, January 14, 2011: From:
TECH WITH TIA


Bubbabrain: Great Practice & Review Site for Students of all Ages.
Bubbabrain is a great website for teachers to use in their classrooms or for students to gain extra help on a topic. The games are simple to use for students of any age. Use with the interactive board for centers, review of concepts, etc. Bubbabrain is divided into 7 sections which include, elementary, middle, high school, Scholastic Aptititude, AP, College and Trivia. Registration is free and teachers can create games for their students. Bubbabrain will soon be adding student accounts. Most of the games are flashcard based.


Friday, April 30, 2010: From:
Free Technology for Teachers

Bubba Brain - Review Games for SAT and AP Exams
Bubba Brain is a simple site packed with review games for students preparing for the SAT and AP exams. Bubba Brain also has some games for elementary and middle school subjects. The games all use the same format of giving a definition and asking students to find the word or term that it matches. Once a correct match is made, a new definition appears on the "back" of the answer to the previous definition.