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Whether you’re a teacher, parent or student, we want you to share your knowledge and opinion about the best online games for learning and fun.  Share useful tips on how to make the most of them, including educational apps for children of all age groups at home or school. 

Review any learning online game or educational apps for any age group, even for adults! There are so many language learning games and apps or geography, history, mathematics and more subject-related online activities out there and it’s hard to know which ones offer high quality learning.

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