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Games / Games About Animals
102 items in Games About Animals

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 DYM Team

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

By Michael Wallace

A screen game where students guess which group name belongs to each collection of animals.

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 Stephen Law

This game is the Greatest of All Time ...

By Eric Gargus

If your group loves animals and weird facts, then they will love this screen game! Guess whether the animal statement on screen is "so right" or "so wrong."

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 Joshua Boldman

When the Internet can’t remember an animal’s real name, it makes one up. In this screen-based game, students guess the animal’s actual name.

By Evan Liewer

Can your students "Spot It" and find the two similar pictures on each slide?

By Stephen Law

In this fast-paced video-driven game, put your students to the test to see if they can tell the difference between a "screaming goat" and a "fainting goat."

By Joshua Boldman

In Volume 3 in this screen-based game series students must guess the animal’s actual name based only on the internet’s made up name.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

It's like the original best-selling game infused with catnip!

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

In this screen game, students will put their knowledge of weight to the test by guessing how many of each thing/animal it takes to equal the weight of a larger thing/animal. (Ex: How many Hot Wheels equal the weight of 1 Ford Mustang?)

By Ross Kilgore

In this screen game, students must guess if the close-up image is a turkey or not.

By Taylor Bird

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

By DYM Team

It's like if singing and charades had a baby, but that baby meowed instead of singing. This is a hilarious game that is fun for everybody.

By Eric Gargus

Back by popular demand, it's Volume Two of Amazing Animals! Amazing animal facts, stunning pictures, and flexible gameplay make volume two another screen game win for you!

By Jakob Kerlin

Find the hidden cat in 60-seconds!