Interactive Vocabulary Review Games

Interactive Review Game
Here are the Interactive Vocabulary Review Games for Notebook 10 that were requested by my readers. I hope others can use some of these as well!


If you like this Interactive Review Game, I hope you’ll consider taking my Professional Development course Notebook Application – Interactive Review Game which will guide you step-by-step in creating this application. Along the way, you’ll pick-up some amazing new skills in how to use Notebook 10. It really is a fun (an inexpensive) way to learn how to use Notebook 10.

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5 Comments

  1. Those are wonderful games! Indeed such games should be more encouraged in the curriculum of the schools. They help build stronger linguistic bases. Thank you so much for sharing.

  2. Cathy Nelson /

    I am a smart board beginner and I am finding that so often the games I find do not have directions (either that or I can’t find them). I would love to see directions on either a title page or
    at the top of the game. It would be great to see the objectives listed and the graded level(s) too. It often takes me so long to figure out how to play the game that I waste a lot of valuable time.

  3. marciao /

    Is there some trick to opening these files? They look like they would be great. I have unzipped them and tried to open with the latest version of smartboard but they don’t open.

  4. To open the files, you can use the Firefox or Chrome browser. If you download and the extension is .zip then just rename the file so the extension is .notebook

  5. Toni Luciow /

    I looked at your fossil game and can’t wait to use it with my class. The students will enjoy this game to review the science chapter we’ve completed and I like your connection to language arts!

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