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How To Create, Play Hangman Game Using Google Sheets



Send your friends a link to a hangman game using your customized word/phrases. You can text the link, share it on social media, or just visit the page on your phone for a simple game of 2 player hangman.




How To Create, Play Hangman Game Using Google Sheets



Slack games are ways to use the communication platform Slack for fun and remote team bonding. For example, you can play tic tac toe, ping pong and hangman. The Slack App Directory hosts a wide selection of bots that facilitate games, and you can also launch challenges by typing prompts into Slack channels and threads. The purpose of these games is to foster camaraderie among distributed teams.


Rock Paper Scissors is an easy and quick game to play in Slack. Simply download the rock-paper-scissors app, then use the /rps @mention command to launch the game. Challengers respond using hand emojis. Participants can play many rounds or just one, making Slack rock-paper-scissors a great game for any workload.


While there is no official Connect Four game in the Slack directly, you can add a bot integration using this connect4bot from Github. Once the integration is complete, launch a game by using the @: start command. The game populates a board full of circles, and players make moves by choosing columns. The first player to link four consecutive color circles wins the game.


For those of us who normally teach face-to-face or hybrid, finding ways to replicate games that we normally play in class in the online environment has been one of our challenges. There are plenty of choices, including Kahoot, Gimkit, and Socrative. I have also used H5P to recreate a Clue game that I normally have my students play using index cards in the face-to-face classroom.


Summary: Players get into pairs and fill out their Battleship sheets by placing five ships on various parts of a grid. Once they've "hidden" their ships, players take turns attacking each other by using their grids to guess where the other person's ships are. Whoever "sinks" (finds) all of his/her opponent's ships first wins.


This brings the first of this two-part series to a close. In the second part, we will implement the gameplay and get the hangman dancing to some happy music. Thanks for reading and I hope to see you in the second part.


These can be played by taping down number cards or objects in rows on the floor with dots drawn underneath them until all numbers have a corresponding marker below it. For older children, play this game as Bingo using math problems instead of words.


  • // This is our array of words for the game var words = ['grey', 'school', 'warrior', 'thunder', 'real', 'shark', 'butter', 'tomato', 'potato', 'university', 'popcorn', 'progress', 'elephant', 'phone', 'artist', 'handkerchief', 'chemistry', 'picture', 'camera', 'alternate', 'sandwich', 'water', 'traitor', 'america', 'basketball', 'personal', 'homerun', 'apple', 'banana', 'monster', 'lightning', 'microphone', 'door', 'monitor', 'television', 'prisoner', 'detective', 'breaking', 'solution', 'fantasy', 'ocean', 'president', 'patio', 'titanic', 'candy', 'hamburger', 'currency', 'copper', 'buffalo', 'cowboy']; console var currentWord = words[Math.floor(Math.random() * words.length)].toUpperCase(); // This variable holds the number of guesses left var guessesLeft = 6; document.getElementById("guesses-left").innerHTML = guessesLeft; // This variable will count the number of times we won var wins = 0; document.getElementById("wins").innerHTML = wins; var resetLettersGuessed = "" // This is an empty array that we will push our blanks to var progressWord = []; // This is an array that we will push the letters from the current word to // for comparison of whether the player's guess is correct or not var mysteryWord = []; // This will store our random generated word so we can see the answer in the console // for our reference for (i = 0; i Press any key to get started! Total Wins:

  • # of Guesses Remaining:

  • Letters Already Guessed:

  • Current Word:

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We've got 5 great spelling activities that will help your student become a better speller without struggling. Does your student have a learning disability? Often time, playing games can help students improve because they are able to experience their spelling words in a variety of ways instead of just one way like memorization. Gamification will be a big part of future learning programs. If your student needs spelling help then Home Spelling Words is the perfect fit. Whether you are a homeschool parent or your student is in a public or private school, using our spelling website will help your student grow and improve.


Only the crossword and hangman games require spelling rather than reading to play, but not to create. I therefore get kids to help me create a game online: first choose a game, type the target words/sentences into it, then play the game, then go on the leader board. Playing the game again can be part of the homework, either on a computer or as a printable crossword or word search. 350c69d7ab


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