Game templates for every need
Don't like game design? No problem! We've prepared several game templates for Civics, so you can focus on creating great content instead of layout. No programming or coding required. You use and adjust the templates that have already been created for you:
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You can customize the templates by adding video, audio, speech synthesis, image, extra attempts, time requirements and many other adjustments. This makes your game unique and something your students will want to play! With the templates as a starting point, you can create a challenging quiz, blind map, quiz or a fun homework with a personalized assignment.
Create a new Civics game
How to make a game for Civics in 5 easy steps
Choose a game name and write a game description that attracts gamers with curiosity and joy.
Create your own image, or have a unique game image generated.
Choose which grades the game is focusing on.
Create one or more game levels with content. Choose from the already made game templates. Copy a created game level and facilitate your game creation.
Save and share your game in civics with your students as assignment or with a direct link! Public games can all be played after review.
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What makes a great civics game?
It is important to create games with as many different game levels as possible so that all students find a level that suits them. The most popular created games within Civics mainly practices US government,Political principles and Preamble, but you are free to create a game about another less common area within the subject such as First amendment. The most popular civics games are made with guess word, letter grid and multiple choice.
How much does it cost to make a game?
All game templates are available for free, whether you are a plus member or not. This allows you to create a game in civics free of charge that is as professional as a paid game. Feel free to make your game public so that it can be played by everyone. Reviewed public games are added to the list of 1 civics games
already created by other teachers, educators, and experts.
How long should a game round take in civics?
Game rounds for all created public games within civics takes between 52 seconds and 3 minutes to be completed, but most rounds are finished in about 2 minutes. Try to fill your game levels so they get about the same duration and your game will have the best effect.
How to make it fun to learn civics?
To get the most students to find your game fun to play, you need to find appropriate difficulty levels. Experiment, but the statistics show that the easiest civics games have levels that are finished about 56 out of 100 game rounds played. The most difficult ones are only finished by 0%, but most of the game levels in Civics are finished 18% of all attempts.
Browse already created civics games
So many things to like! First, you can use it for FREE! Secondly, the students are eager to play - both at school and at home. Thirdly, it is so easy to use.
Create a new Civics game