Games & Quizes

BUZZ-IN!

Let’s play jeopardy! This game can be played by 1,2 or 3 players. 1 player – press A to buzz in and answer 2 players – player 1 presses A, player 2 presses B 3 players – player 1 presses A, player 2 presses B, player 4 presses L You get points for good answer […]

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ICY BINGO

This online BINGO is best played in a classroom or computer lab. The instructor acts as the facilitator and projects the questions onto a screen. Players have Bingo cards on their computer screens that contain the answers to the randomly asked questions. Players find the correct answer on their Bingo cards and drag a token […]

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Arctic TimeOut

This game can be played individually, or teacher can host it (if you chose this option, a direct link for students and GAME PASSWORD will appear). The sooner participants give the right answer, the more points they get. There are 12 questions, each with 3 possible answers – one is correct.

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Who wants to be a polar researcher?

This ‘Who wants to be a millionaire’ type game is very entertaining. You have 15 questions to answer, 4 options each. Players have option of 3 lives during the game (ask the audience, 50:50, ask a friend:) All the answers are in POLARPEDIA!

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Arctic mammals: living on the edge – Kahoot! quiz

Kahoot! quiz about how physiological adaptations in arctic mammals are designed to keep the them healthy and thriving in a cold and challenging environment. You need a computer with Internet access, a multimedia projector and loudspeakers. The students also need devices with Internet access (smartphones, tablets or laptops). If not all students have the necessary […]

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Spot the connection!

You will see 16 buttons with 16 terms. They form 4 groups. Your task is to connect 4 matching words and create a group. What do they have in common? What are they associated with? After that, you can either guess (for extra points) or reveal what is the group. EXAMPLE: cat, dog, horse, mouse […]

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