Virtual Bingo is an enjoyable and educational game that can help students expand their vocabulary. As the teacher, you have full control over the game, including the selection of vocabulary, display of bingo cards, audio, call speed, and winning patterns. The Bingo dashboard provides a convenient way to monitor game progress and view individual student cards with just one click. The game result report offers detailed analysis of the performance of the class and individual students. Additionally, the built-in chat feature allows players and the host (teacher) to communicate easily during the game, making it a fun and engaging experience for everyone involved.
Move the astronaut through each level using the arrow keys. Navigate around the platforms and collect the matching Chinese, English or Pinyin along the way, but watch out for asteroids! Use the arrow keys to jump and dodge past the asteroids as they fly by.
Use the arrow keys to move in the respective directions and dodge the enemy spaceships. Press SPACE or virtual joystick to shoot down the matching spaceship. If you lose one of your five lives, you can earn them back by collecting the floating power ups...
Click the moles with the matching Chinese, English, or Pinyin before they go back into their holes. For each correct answer, you will gain 15 points, ...
Drag the matching Chinese, Pinyin, or English onto each other to make them disappear.
Click to rotate the puzzle pieces on the right side of the screen and drag them into place to rebuild the Chinese character. How fast can you solve the puzzles? Have fun!
Pop the balloon matching the given terms. You can use the arrow keys to adjust your view position.
Use the arrow keys (or joystick if enabled) to control the chomper. Make sure the chomper bites the Chinese, English, or Pinyin matching it. You have a maximum of 3 hearts, but for each correct term you chomp, you'll regain a heart.
Press the red SPIN button to spin the wheel. After the spinning ends, click the English, Pinyin, or Chinese button on the left matching the the wheel slice pointed to. If you don't like your current spin, feel free to spin again.
Drag the Chinese characters to their appropriate locations to unscramble the Chinese sentences based on the optional Pinyin or English hints. Click the red NEXT button after completing each sentence.
Click on the bubble matching the term in the middle to pop it. Before the bubbles change location, make sure you click them fast or they'll float away and the term in the center will change. Get ready to pop!
Drag and drop each of the tarsia puzzle pieces onto the board. Click to rotate the pieces. You are given one piece as a starting hint. Each side of the tarsia pieces should match with the corresponding adjacent pieces. When the tarsia pieces are in the correct spot with the correct rotation, they will pop into place.
As the word bank spins, click on the corresponding character bubbles to build the given compound words from left to right.
Drag the Chinese characters to their appropriate locations on the 9x9 board. Each row, column and square should be filled out with each of the nine Chinese characters, without repeating any of them within the row, column or square.
Locate the given Chinese words in the grid, running horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Click and drag the cursor over the chosen characters in the grid to highlight and select the answers.
Find the Pinyin of the given Chinese word in the grid, running horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Click and drag your cursor to highlight and select the answers.
Learn Chinese words by writing them on your mobile devices using your finger or on your computer using a mouse. Powered by a proprietary handwriting recognition technology, the system can adaptively provide instant feeback to help you write Chinese characters in the proper form and correct stroke order!
Memory Cards is a simple but fun word matching memory game. Flip one card and if the next card you flip matches the first card, they disappear from the pool. Clear all the cards as quickly as possible!
Swipe the Chinese, English, and Pinyin bubbles on the grid with one finger to match the audio. You can tap the Play button to hear the audio again.
Take turns rolling the dice. The marker will move the number of squares shown on the dice. If you land at the bottom of a ladder, you climb it to take a shortcut. If you land on the head of a snake, you will slide along it back to the tail. You can click the marker, color, and layout icons to change the markers, colors, and board layout respectively. Tap the dice (or the spacebar) to start. Try to get to the finish square as quickly as possible!
Click the mode icon to switch between player vs. player and player vs. computer. Click the dice to roll a row number. Choose an available cell in the rolled row and answer the corresponding question. If there are no cells available in your row, roll again. Continue rolling until one player wins by connecting four cells in a row, either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. You can click the color icon to switch color schemes.