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OpenEd quickly became the largest K-12 resource library because we have always welcomed both free and paid content. If you create educational games, videos or bundles of these (lesson plans in OpenEd's terminology), OpenEd can be a great place to gain exposure for your K-12 educational content.

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What better way to teach difficult concepts if not through fun and creative raps? Flocabulary turns math, English, history, and other topics into fun songs that capture the interest of students at any age.

Althea Publishers provides games that are perfect for ELL teachers and students. Each game is highly interactive and presents math concepts in a clear and interesting way. Travel through different worlds with various characters as you master fundamental math skills!

Gynzy's numerous FREE games help students K-12 improve their math, language, geography, and other skills. Each game is very unique and uses fun themes to help students master the most difficult of skills. They are even made to improve memory and recollection. 

PowerUp What Works provides expert guidance on how to integrate educational technology with best practices in English language arts (ELA) and Math instruction, example lesson plans, and more!

SplashMath offers math games to students K-6 that contain visual representations of the math concepts for easy learning. Students are able to visualize numbers and math problems to help them answer questions in the engaging games. 

Learning to read has never been so easy and fun for you and your child. Let's Start Smart phonics teaches your child how to read through music! All original songs and lyrics are filled with rhythm, rhyme and alliteration that your students will love and learn with. 

BrainQuake games significantly improve number sense, disposition to math, readiness to learn math, and formative proficiency assessment. The simple interface supports an enormous range of puzzle difficulty levels, from K through 12th and beyond.