Some science games that teachers can use in school include, Science Jeopardy, Twenty Questions, What in the World, and computer games, like Geoguesser, notes The Sourcebook for Teaching Science. These games are designed to help keep the students entertained, but also engage their minds.
Teachers can craft games to play in class that are based on other popular games, such as Taboo or Bingo. They can also rely on online or computer games to help encourage kids to learn. These computer games include, Science Pirates, CSI Lessons, Late Nite Labs and Fantastic Contraption, as noted by the School District of Horicon.