Interactive Games

bnr_checkpoint

Grades 6-12: This game allow students to see how one branch of government limits the power of the other branches. Players are given a power and must place it according to which branch of government is checking the power of another branch.

bnr_separation

Grades 6-12: This game asks students to sort the powers of government into the appropriate branch that exercises that power. Students will also get a quick visual of which branch has the largest number of constitutional powers.

bnr_symbols

Grades K-5: This interactive game allows students to complete a postcard by matching a U.S. or Texas symbol with a written and auditory description.

bnr_whoami

Grades 3-12: This game asks students to experience the many job positions that are present in a law firm. Students complete a quiz matching clues to the job position and receive a grade at the end.

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Grades 3-12: This interactive game challenges students to recover the missing parts of the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution by answering questions about U.S. History and the Preamble.

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Grades 3-8: This interactive puzzle game challenges students to correctly arrange the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution in the correct order. Students must use prior knowledge and puzzle clues to complete.

bnr_dec

Grades 3-8: This interactive puzzle game challenges students to correctly put together the Declaration of Independence. Students must use prior knowledge and puzzle pieces to complete.

bnr_pledge

Grades K-5: An interactive card game that challenges students to correctly order the Pledge of Allegiance using text and visual clues. Students must use prior knowledge and cards to complete.

bnr_txpledge

Grades K- 5: An interactive card game that challenges students to correctly order the Texas Pledge of Allegiance using text and visual clues. Students must use prior knowledge and cards to complete.

bnr_billofrights

Grades 5 – 12: This game asks players to answer questions based on information from the Bill of Rights. Scoring is based on the time measured to complete the game.

bnr_branches

Grades 3 – 8: This game reviews the branches of the Federal government. Different scenarios are presented and players are asked to decide which branch of government is being described.

bnr_relay

Grades 5 – 12: This game reviews facts about the Constitution and the Constitutional Convention using a board game. Players are awarded points for correct answers.

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Grades 7 – 12: This game takes players through the process of picking a 6-person jury. Players are given examples of different types of possible jurors and must choose the best persons to serve. Points are awarded on the best choices.

bnr_jurygame

Grades 9 – 12: This game takes players through the process of picking a 12-person jury. Players are given examples of different types of possible jurors and must choose the best persons to serve. Points are awarded on the best choices.

bnr_objection

Grades 9 – 12: This game leads players through different legal scenarios. Players must decide whether to object and which type objection to use. Players are scored on correct answers.

bnr_allrisegame

Grades 4 and 7: This game leads players through three different levels that challenge players to identify different Texas Courts. Points are awarded for correct answers and subtracted for incorrect answers. Helpful hints are available.

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Grades 8 – 12: This game asks players to decide whether statements describe Federalist or Anti-Federalist positions. There is no scoring and players are directed to the correct Federalist or Anti-Federalist Papers for incorrect answers.

bnr_memory_match

Grades 3 – 5: This game is an interactive card game that reviews safe behavior on buses, bikes, skateboards and passenger cars. The game is played like the game Concentration.

bnr_safety_smart

Grades K-2 (teacher guided), 3 – 5: This game is a simulation designed to help students understand safe behavior on buses, bikes, skateboards and passenger cars. Player receives points for correct answers.

bnr_thereshouldbealaw
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