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Blended Play Tutorial – Customizable Educational Games

Technology for Teachers and Students
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Learn how to use the website Blended Play to create your own customized educational games for your students to play, or for use with family and friends. Blended Play makes it simple for you to enter your curriculum questions into the website and then import those questions into any of the games on the site. This is a great way to play unique, creative games customized to your curriculum. See below for links to some of the buzzer options mentioned in the video:

Lights and Sounds Buzzers:
Learning Resources Answer Buzzers:
Lockout Buzzer System:
Less expensive Lockout Buzzer System – Wired:
Less expensive Lockout Buzzer System – Wireless:
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23 Comments

  1. I like your video , it is very interesting, simple and friendly user. I am appreciate you for this video.

  2. hi… how many participants can play the game synchronously.. this is such an amazing site… ty

  3. Thank you . I just discovered your channel. Very great materials😍😍😍😍🤗🤗🤗💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

  4. is it possible to have questions non random (from 1 to 10 in order)?

  5. however, if the teacher still have to use this configuration inside of a classroom then, is not really blended. Blended learning intends to blend the traditional education model + the student's own achievement and research outside of school. I don't think that page should be called "blended". Just saying

  6. Thank you so much, I loved the tutorial and the website is great! Thanks for sharing!

  7. It is a team work, can it be played by individual child…

  8. Funny, easy and interesting. Thanks for sharing your videos !

  9. Good nice game tasting their knowledge is in more fun and good easy

  10. Thanks you for sharing, i help insluration to lesson for me …

  11. Is it possible to do it in pandemic right now? I mean not in the classroom

  12. Awesome! But how can we divide students into teams ? They need to join with Gmail and the game will divide them automatically.

  13. Thanks for sharing. Very interesting👍

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