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Published on November 6th, 2011 | by What2Learn

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Literacy Olympians

On your marks… Get set… Learn!

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With games on common misspellings, contractions, pronouns, adverbs, homophones, synonyms, antonyms and thousands more on subject-specific vocabulary, this innovative system will provide your students with endless hours of education and fun. Try playing the sample game below to get a flavour of the games your students will play.

What2Learn London 2012 games

You can even quickly and easily create your own games like those shown above. Students can access these resources in school or at home and will enjoy a range of in-built rewards designed to encourage them to inependently undertake more tasks. Teachers will also benefit from automatic marking and reporting of student progress.

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Sample Game: Homophones

Select the correct word in each case to win the sailing race.

What2Learn has a wider range of styles of interactive learning game than any other online educational tool. These include games based on anagrams, interactive wordsearches, multiple choice, short answer quizzes and activities that assess longer-written answers. These are all presented through a wide range of fun and colourful scenarios. As members, teachers can create thirty different kinds of interactive learning game using our quick and simple game generator.

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