Each Collisions game comes with free supporting resources to use in your chemistry classroom. View and download these resources by game or check out the description of each resource below to see which ones best fit your needs.
The Quick Start Guides provide a sample of guided questions and students prompts to incorporate each Collisions game into your chemistry lesson for both pre-instructional and post-instructional use. This is a great resource for first time Collisions users to quickly get started!
The Game Guides provide a detailed look at each Collisions game and highlight the chemistry concepts integrated into gameplay. This is a great resource to use when mapping the Collisions games throughout your chemistry curriculum!
The Student Quests are student activities that directly align to each Collisions game level and can be used to track student solutions and extend the learning by prompting students to draw connections to chemistry concepts covered in class. Have your students work through the quest as an extension assignment throughout a unit!
Student Check for Understandings
The Student Check for Understandings are quick formative assessment activities that can be used to assess student mastery of key chemistry concepts covered during gameplay. Use these as an exit ticket or homework assignment in your classroom!
The Collisions Sandbox Activities are analysis activities that can be used when teaching a specific topic in your chemistry curriculum. In these activities, student ‘collect data’ in the Sandbox and analyze the results to draw conclusions about a concept. Use these as a group activity to practice and reinforce a specific concept with your students!
The Collisions Lesson Plans are ready-to-go resources that highlight how to integrate the Collisions chemistry games into your lesson for a specific chemistry topic. These NGSS-aligned lesson plans include descriptions of introduction, extension, and exit ticket activities and are accompanied with ready-to-use student handouts. An easy way to get started using the Collisions games in your classroom today!