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Wordwall is a platform that allows teachers to easily create activities for their classroom. Examples include:

  • Quizzes
  • Match ups
  • Word games
  • And much more
Wordwall activities can be played on any web-enabled device and teachers have the option of creating print materials based on those activities.

What are the benefits?
  • Teachers can easily gamify the learning experience.
  • Wordwall activities can be embedded into a website.
  • Wordwall has a variety of pre-made resources and teachers can share their creations.
What are the drawbacks?
  • It is unknown if Wordwall is accessible, but the activities can be converted into accessible PDFs.
  • There are 0 multiplayer games available in the free version.
  • Users have to have an email address to register.
  • There are only 18 interactivities, 13 printables, and 5 resources that users can create using the free version.
How can it be used in education?
  • The games and worksheets can be used as a review of materials learned.
  • Wordwall can be used to teach vocabulary.
  • This tool can be used as a quiz.

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Sample Matching Game in Wordwall

Accessible PDF of the activity.


Introduction to Wordwall

How to Create Interactivities on Wordwall: Complete Tutorial

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