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Games / Games About Animals
106 items in Games About Animals

By Jenna Bush & Jessie Conklin

This game combines the fun of a scavenger hunt and solving a puzzle. It's a great mini-version of the popular "unlock the box" games with play time at only about 15 minutes. This bird-themed game is easy to set up and your flock will love it!

By DYM Team

Original versions of all 45 files that come included with Sidekick.

By TimMedley

In this screen game, students view animal x-rays and attempt to correctly identify the animal.

By Stephen Law

This game is the Greatest of All Time ...

By Kendall Yeaton

A Sidekick 'Trivia' game with 16 questions to test your students' knowledge of deer!

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

A video-driven screen game where students must decide if the cat nailed the jump, or failed the jump.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

FINALLY AVAILABLE FOR NON-MEMBERS! A modern-day video-based Tamagotchi game: the fate of this cat is entirely in the hands of you and your students.

By Matthew McNutt

A fun trivia-based screen game about our favorite furry potatoes! Includes versions for in-person, Zoom, and Instagram stories!

By Jakob Kerlin

Do you ever wonder what sharks eat? They've come back for more in this screen game sequel (they always do)! Students must decide if the items pictured are real of fake things found in the stomach of a shark.

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

Volume 2 of the video-driven screen game where students must decide if the cat NAILED IT or FAILED IT.

By John Kryvoruka & Steve Gold

Cats are amazing jumpers! Participants watch these videos and decide whether the cats NAIL the jump or FAIL it.

By Matt Baker

Animals. Your students either love them or dislike them. But even if they don't like animals, they may still know a lot about them. Play this Sidekick 'Survey Says' game and find out.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-based game, students attempt to settle the cats versus dog debate once and for all.

By Jakob Kerlin

Ever wonder what sharks eat, other than people?

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

A trivia screen game about ants and wasps!

By Jordan Floro

Trivia screen game based on everyone's favorite Christian Chicken: Chick fil-A! Includes a DYM Games 'Trivia" app file version!

By Delmar Peet

Test your ears to see if the noises are animals or popular humans!

By Taylor Bird

A screen-based game in which students match bizarre animal noises with the critter that produced them.