Interactive tools are one in which a learner or viewer can participate. Some of the resources below contain collections of interactive activities while others link to tools for creating your own interactive activities.

Interactive Resources



  • Traveler IQ Challenge - has 14 interactive geography activities. The activities can be embedded in a blog or website. If it is an option for you, I recommend embedding the activities into your class blog or website to cut down on the number of advertisements that your students see.
  • Nat Geo- has a wide variety of games, puzzles, and activities for students of elementary school age. National Geographic Kids has nine games specifically for developing geography skills.
  • Learning Together- offers four activities for learning about the geography of the United States. Learning Together also offers a game about world geography and a game about European geography.

Language Arts

  • Spelling City- Over 37,000 spelling words and eight spelling games and A REAL person who says each word and sentence.
  • GameGoo-Learning that Sticks. Educational spelling and reading games.
  • Storyplant-Grow your own story from the story plant. BBC Starship reading and math games.


  • Art Pad- Indulge in your own art therapy when you paint on ArtPad. You can also save your projects and browse others’ creations.

Multiple Content Areas

Free Interactive Creation Tools