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Free Online Games for 8 Year Olds
Knowledge Adventure, the expert in making educational games for kids, brings you free online games for 8 year olds.
Learning through online games and activities for 8 year olds
Games are a great way to learn and acquire new skills, and this is true of good online games for kids as well. The free games for eight year olds provided here help kids develop important skills for school including cognitive skills like memory, hand-eye coordination and critical thinking. For example, playing Math Search is an activity that allows eight year olds to practice their math skills. A paper and pencil would help win this online game! Playing Hangman puts an eight year old's vocabulary and spelling skills to the test. . Knowledge Adventure's entire collection of online games and activities for eight year olds allows kids to learn while having fun.
Family Fun with Games and Activities for Eight Year Olds
The online games and activities for eight year olds can be great fun for the entire family. Cheer your child on as (s)he plays Hoverbot Dodge, or help your eight year old find the answer to the puzzle in Hangman or Math Search. Children greatly benefit from time spent with the family, and playing an online learning game with your child is a good way to boost learning while having fun together.
Knowledge Adventure has been making educational games for kids for more than two decades. Working with experts in child development, teaching and education, Knowledge Adventure ensures that each game allows kids to have fun while they learn skills and concepts appropriate for their age.
Students worked hard all week? Do they deserve a special reward for a job well done? The lesson and project ideas below are meant to fill the bill for Friday afternoon fun and learning. Some are simple games or activities that will reinforce skills as they offer a nice break from structured learning. Others are project ideas to be completed over multiple Friday afternoons. Click a link below to explore any idea in more detail. Adapt it to your needs. And have some Friday Fun!
Learn about students' interests from the "profile posters" they create.
Charting a Year of Growth
Older students and younger buddies team up for yearlong fun.
A Week in the Life of
A yearlong project creates a great end-of-year memento.
Getting-to-Know-You Venn Diagram
Students discover common interests and unique abilities.
A colorful chain promotes teamwork all year long.
The Alphabet Game
Use this lively, team-based game to reinforce spelling skills.
Wax Museum Biographies
This engaging lesson in history could be used as a Halloween alternative.
Pop Up a Card
This art activity offers monstrous Halloween fun.
Twenty-Five: A Math Card Game
Practice math facts using this easy-to-play card game.
Students burn off steam in this fun game; a nice reward after a week of hard work.
"Get the Ball Rolling": Fun With English Language Idioms
Create a book of literal illustrations of English-language idioms.
Measure the Mayflower
Take students on the playground to "map out" the size of the Mayflower.
Create a Book on Tape
Students create a great school resource. A nice community-service project idea too.
A "Boring" Lesson Plan in Geography
Boring, Maryland, is one of many unique place names. Can your students find more?
This game can be adapted for any grade, any math skill. Math BINGO cards included.
Pass the Chicken
A fun, fast-paced game; a great way to reward a class for its hard work.
Micrography and Martin Luther King Jr.
Students' signatures create a larger-than-life image of Martin Luther King.
My Alphabetical Autobiography
Students reflect on and chronicle their lives from A to Z.
Candy Colors: Figuring the Mean, Median, and Mode
Count candy by color and then calculate mean, median, and mode.
Candy hearts replace battleships in this fun coordinate-math activity.
Create a Virtual Tour of Your Community
Engage students as they create a PowerPoint show about their community.
Who Works at Our School?
Students interview members of the staff and create a bulletin board display.
Rock or Feather: A Critical-Thinking Activity
Students make and defend their choices in this interesting activity.
This fun game builds vocabulary and creativity.
Students learn a math "magic" trick as they practice 2-digit addition.
Drawing Lesson Improves Communication Skills
Seven-Letter Scrabble Spell-Off
How many words can your students create with seven Scrabble letters?
Design a Poet-T
Students turn plain white T-shirts into fabulous poet-T's!
Challenge students to create a human number line.
Student Immigrants Journey to Ellis Island
Ellis Island simulation increases students' understanding, empathy.
Math Madness: A Game for Small Groups
Adapt this active game for any math skill you are currently teaching.
ABC Books Aren't Just for Babies
Students work on their own or in teams to create a book. 100s of ideas included!
What's the Mystery State?
Use the clues to learn which "mystery state" is being described.
"Photograph Math" Word Problems
With cameras in hand, students bring math word problems to life.
Anagram Family Time
Unscramble the four anagrams. What do they have in common?
A Month With No Holidays?
Students create their own holidays for celebration in holiday-less August.