Content Generator Resources

The Eduaide.Ai Content Generator is a powerful tool that helps you create engaging content for your students using artificial intelligence. With the Content Generator, you can create over 150 different teaching resources, planning materials, assignments, and more in minutes. The following list represents the tools and resources available to you within Eduaide.


  • Assessment Measures

    AI crafted tools, methods, and techniques used to evaluate, measure, and document the academic progress, skills, abilities, and educational needs of students. These measures help educators understand how well students are learning and identify areas where they may need additional support or enrichment. Assessment measures can be formative, summative, diagnostic, or benchmark-based, each serving different purposes in the educational process.

  • Assessment Outline

    Generate an outline that serves as a structured plan for evaluating a student's proficiency, progress, and needs in areas related to speech and language development.

  • CEFR Framework

    AI generated outline of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Used for assessing and comparing language skills across different languages and contexts. While the CEFR primarily focuses on written and spoken language skills, it also provides guidance for speech development.

  • Communication Evaluation Outline

    Structured framework generated by AI to assess an individual's communication skills, identify areas of strength and weakness, and develop targeted interventions or treatment plans. It serves as a guide for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) or educators to conduct comprehensive evaluations of students' communication abilities.

  • Data Collection Table

    A data collection table, also known as a data table or data matrix, is a structured format used to organize and record data systematically. It serves as a tool for collecting, storing, and analyzing data in various fields such as scientific research, business analysis, education, and more.

  • Engagement Activities

    Interactive and participatory exercises designed to actively involve students in the learning process, stimulate their interest, and enhance their motivation to learn. These activities aim to create dynamic and stimulating learning environments where students are actively engaged, curious, and invested in their learning

  • Evidence Statements

    Also known as a "look like, sound like" statement, in an educational setting is a concise and specific description of observable behaviors or outcomes that demonstrate mastery of a particular skill, concept, or learning objective. Evidence statements are used to clarify expectations for student performance and provide clear criteria for assessing whether learning goals have been met. They help educators and students understand what proficiency looks like and sounds like in practice, facilitating more accurate and consistent assessment of learning outcomes.

  • Goal Setting Outline

    Instantly create an outline using AI around a structured framework for developing individualized goals and objectives to target specific areas of communication or language skills that a client or student needs to improve. Goal-setting outlines are essential tools for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and educators to guide the assessment, treatment, and progress monitoring process for individuals with communication disorders or language learning difficulties.

  • Learning Objective + Success Criteria

    Use Ai to generate essential components of instructional planning and assessment in educational settings. They help clarify what students are expected to learn and achieve, as well as provide a framework for evaluating their progress and attainment of learning goals.

  • Lesson Plan - 5 E's

    Using AI, Generate a 5E's lesson plan that is structured to promote student engagement, inquiry-based learning, and conceptual understanding. The 5E's stand for Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate, representing the sequential phases of the lesson.

  • Lesson Plan - Gagné's Nine Events of Instruction

    Create a Lesson Plan that outlines a series of events or steps that instructors can follow to create effective and engaging learning experiences. Each event is designed to address specific aspects of the learning process and promote meaningful understanding and retention of information.

  • Lesson Seed

    Generate the foundational ideas or concept that serves as the starting point for developing a complete lesson. Think of it as the initial spark or seed from which a lesson can grow and flourish. A lesson seed typically contains key components such as the topic or theme, learning objectives, essential questions, and potential instructional strategies or activities. It provides a basic framework that educators can expand upon to create a comprehensive and engaging lesson tailored to their students' needs and the learning goals of the curriculum.

  • Lesson Seed (SLP)

    AI can develop foundational ideas or concepts from which a lesson for speech and language development can grow. It provides the initial inspiration and framework for designing instructional activities and interventions aimed at improving communication skills, language comprehension, articulation, phonological awareness, and other aspects of speech and language development.

  • Outreach Email

    Have AI compose an email message aimed at engaging with potential partners, industry professionals, employers, or other stakeholders in the field of career and technical education. This outline helps ensure that the email is clear, concise, and effectively communicates the purpose and value proposition of the outreach effort.

  • Prior Knowledge + Scaffolding

    Use Ai to create starting point for new learning, activating and building upon what students already know to facilitate deeper understanding and retention. Scaffolding is then used to bridge the gap between students' current level of understanding and the desired learning outcomes, providing the necessary support and guidance to help students progress toward mastery.

  • Rubric

    AI Generated scoring tool or guide used to evaluate students' performance on assignments, projects, presentations, or assessments. Rubrics provide a systematic and transparent way for teachers to assess and communicate students' achievement of learning objectives, standards, or criteria. They outline the expectations, criteria, and levels of performance for each aspect of the assignment, allowing for consistent and fair assessment across students.

  • Unit Plan

    Leverage Ai to create a comprehensive document that outlines the scope, sequence, and instructional strategies for teaching a specific unit of study within a course or curriculum. It provides a roadmap for teachers to guide their instructional planning and delivery, ensuring that learning objectives are met effectively and cohesively over a defined period.

Information Objects

  • Acronym

    Craft abbreviations formed from the initial letters of a phrase or series of words, and it is typically pronounced as a single word. Acronyms are commonly used to simplify complex terms or lengthy phrases, making them easier to remember and communicate.

  • Anchor Chart

    Generate educational visual tools to support instruction and facilitate student learning. These charts are created by the teacher, often with student input, during the course of a lesson to highlight key concepts, strategies, processes, or vocabulary. Anchor charts serve as reference tools that can be displayed in the classroom to reinforce learning and assist students in recalling information.

  • Book Summary

    An AI perspective and overview of the key points, themes, and insights presented in a particular book. It is often used as a tool to aid comprehension, facilitate discussion, or provide supplementary information to students

  • Culture Connecter

    Example, key events, person, activity, or resource that helps students bridge cultural gaps, foster cross-cultural understanding, and navigate diverse learning environments. Cultural connectors play a vital role in promoting inclusivity, empathy, and respect for cultural diversity within educational communities.

  • Demonstration

    AI enhanced example that showcases a concept, process, or technique to students in a hands-on or visual manner. Demonstrations are used across various subjects and disciplines to help students understand complex ideas, develop practical skills, and reinforce theoretical concepts

  • Direct Instruction Script

    Detailed guide used by teachers or instructors to deliver direct instruction to students. This script outlines the sequence of content, activities, and explanations that the teacher will provide during a lesson or instructional session. Directed Instruction Scripts are commonly used in various educational contexts, including traditional classrooms, online courses, and tutoring sessions.

  • Elaborated Analogy

    Comparison between two concepts, ideas, or phenomena that highlights their similarities in order to explain or clarify a complex or abstract concept. Analogies are used as instructional tools to help students understand new or difficult concepts by relating them to something familiar or more easily comprehensible. By drawing parallels between known and unknown concepts, analogies facilitate cognitive connections and promote deeper understanding.

  • Imagery Passage

    Use Ai to write passages full of vivid and descriptive language to create mental images, evoke sensory experiences, and stimulate the imagination of the reader. These passages are often hyper-descriptive, employing rich and detailed imagery to convey a scene, setting, or mood with precision and impact. Imagery passages are commonly used in literature, creative writing, and language arts instruction to enhance students' reading comprehension, descriptive writing skills, and appreciation for the power of language.

  • Informative Text + Questions

    Leverage Ai to instantly create a short text designed to add context to existing lessons or help inform students about any topic. All factual information should be reviewed by the professional educator prior to introduction to the student.

  • List

    Instantly create a valuable organizational tools with a depth of information. Lists can be used for a wide variety of learning opportunities or reinforcement.

  • Notes Outline

    Use Ai to outline a structured framework or format for students to organize and capture key information during lectures, presentations, or readings. Notes outlines help students systematically record important concepts, ideas, facts, and details in a clear and organized manner, making it easier to review and study the material later on. These outlines serve as a valuable study tool and aid in comprehension, retention, and synthesis of information.

  • Rhymes

    With Artificial Intelligence instantly create the linguistic phenomenon where two or more words end with the same or similar sounds, typically occurring at the end of a line in poetry or song lyrics. Rhymes are often used for their pleasing or rhythmic effect and are a common feature in various forms of literature and oral tradition. They serve to create patterns, establish a sense of musicality, and enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of the text.

  • Rules List

    Create guidelines, expectations, or regulations established by educators or educational institutions to promote a safe, respectful, and productive learning environment. These rules outline the standards of behavior, conduct, and interactions expected of students, teachers, staff, and visitors within the school or classroom setting. The purpose of a rules list is to maintain order, ensure fairness, and support positive social and academic development among all members of the school community.

  • Sentence Stems

    Generate prompts provided to students to scaffold their writing or verbal responses. These stems serve as a framework or starting point for students to express their thoughts, ideas, or understanding more effectively. Sentence stems are commonly used across various subject areas and grade levels to support students' communication skills, critical thinking, and language development.

  • Situational Practice Suggestions

    Create a wide variety of structures for language learners to practice skills in a real world scenario. Skills are intended to be meaningful for day to day interactions.

  • Skit Dialogue

    AI generated scripted conversation or interaction between characters in a skit or short theatrical performance. Skits are brief, theatrical sketches typically performed by students to convey a message, illustrate a concept, or entertain an audience. Skit dialogue is written dialogue that forms the backbone of the skit's narrative and serves to advance the plot, develop characters, and communicate key ideas or themes.

  • Slides Outline

    AI generated framework used to organize the content and layout of a presentation created using presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Apple Keynote. The slides outline serves as a blueprint for designing and delivering a coherent, visually appealing, and effective presentation to communicate information, concepts, or ideas to an audience.

  • Song De-constructor

    Leverage AI to create an instructional activity designed to analyze and critically examine the elements of a song, such as lyrics, melody, rhythm, harmony, instrumentation, and themes. This activity helps students develop musical literacy, listening skills, and an appreciation for the artistic aspects of music while also encouraging critical thinking and interpretation.

  • Tips

    Artificial Intelligence tips for any scenario and or topic. Tips are not meant to be advice just a variety of perspective. Professional Educator should always determine best use of appropriate Tips.

  • Vocabulary List

    AI generated words and their definitions that are typically compiled for educational purposes. These lists are used to help learners expand their language skills, improve their reading comprehension, and enhance their ability to communicate effectively. Vocabulary lists can be tailored to different age groups, subjects, proficiency levels, and specific learning objectives.

  • Vocabulary Rhymes

    AI created tools that use rhyming patterns to help learners, particularly young children, remember and understand new vocabulary words. These rhymes often take the form of short poems, songs, or chants that make learning new words fun and engaging. They leverage the natural rhythm and repetition of rhymes to enhance memory retention and make the learning process enjoyable.

Independent Practice

  • Art Project

    Activity or assignment generated with AI that is designed to foster artistic expression, critical thinking, and skill development among students. These projects can encompass a wide range of mediums, techniques, and themes, depending on the objectives of the lesson or curriculum.

  • Assignment With Mistakes

    Assignment created with AI that has Intentional mistakes, also known as an "error analysis" assignment, which is a pedagogical tool used in educational settings to help students develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving abilities, and a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts.

  • Business Plan Outline

    Structured framework by AI for students to develop and present their business ideas in a systematic and comprehensive manner. It helps students understand the key components of a business plan and guides them through the process of planning and organizing their entrepreneurial ventures

  • C. E. R.

    AI generated Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) structured approach used to guide students in constructing and communicating scientific explanations for phenomena, observations, or experimental results. It helps students develop critical thinking skills, scientific reasoning abilities, and proficiency in communicating their understanding of scientific concepts.

  • Choice Board Assignments

    Generate a range of options for demonstrating learning or engaging with course material. It is typically presented as a grid or menu of activities, tasks, or projects from which students can choose based on their interests, preferences, and learning styles.

  • Claim, Evidence, Reasoning

    AI crafted Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) used to guide students in constructing and communicating reasoned arguments or explanations based on historical events, primary sources, data, or other sources of evidence. It helps students develop critical thinking skills, historical reasoning abilities, and proficiency in analyzing and interpreting historical phenomena.

  • Essay Outline

    AI generated framework or plan that organizes the main ideas, arguments, and supporting evidence of an essay before it is written. An essay outline serves as a roadmap for the writing process, helping students clarify their thoughts, establish logical connections between ideas, and ensure that their essay has a clear and coherent structure.

  • Essay Revision

    Artificially generated essay riddled with mistakes. Text is designed for users to extend their thinking by identify and correcting the errors. Errors range from grammatical to contextual.

  • Exemplar Essay Review

    High-quality sample essay that serves as a model or example of exemplary writing for students to study, analyze, and emulate. Exemplar essays are carefully selected or created to demonstrate the characteristics of effective writing, such as clarity, coherence, organization, depth of analysis, use of evidence, and adherence to writing conventions. They provide students with concrete examples of what successful writing looks like and help them understand the expectations for their own writing assignments.

  • Extension Worksheet

    Supplementary learning resource designed to provide students with opportunities for further practice, exploration, and extension of concepts or skills covered in class. Extension worksheets are typically provided to students who have demonstrated mastery of the primary learning objectives and are seeking additional challenges or enrichment activities to deepen their understanding and extend their learning beyond the basic curriculum.

  • Journaling Generator

    Leverage Artificial Intelligence to stimulate students' creativity, critical thinking, and reflection by providing them with prompts or suggestions to inspire their writing. These tools can be used in various educational contexts, including language arts, creative writing, personal reflection, and self-expression.

  • Keyword Assignment

    Generate an instructional activity designed to enhance students' understanding and retention of key concepts, terms, and vocabulary relevant to a particular subject or topic. This type of assignment encourages students to engage deeply with the material by identifying, defining, and using keywords in various contexts

  • Leveled Readings

    Generate passages that match the reading abilities of students at different proficiency levels. These passages are organized into leveled sets or series, with each level corresponding to a specific range of reading abilities.

  • Mad Lib

    Use AI to create a fun and interactive word game that promotes language learning, creativity, and grammar skills. It involves filling in the blanks of a pre-written story with various parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs, without knowing the context of the story. The result is often a humorous and nonsensical narrative that emerges from the combination of words chosen by the players.

  • Mad Lib Style

    Use AI to create a fun and interactive word game that promotes language learning, creativity, and grammar skills. It involves filling in the blanks of a pre-written story with various parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs, without knowing the context of the story. The result is often a humorous and nonsensical narrative that emerges from the combination of words chosen by the players.

  • Main Idea Reading

    Generate text that presents a central theme, concept, or message, around which the rest of the content is organized. The main idea represents the primary focus or key point that the author wants to convey to the reader. Understanding the main idea of a passage is essential for comprehension and helps readers grasp the overall meaning and significance of the text.

  • Mock Budget

    Use an AI developed budget for a learning activity or exercise where students simulate the process of creating and managing a budget in a controlled, educational environment. This activity is designed to teach students financial literacy skills, such as budgeting, money management, decision-making, and critical thinking, by allowing them to experience the real-life challenges and consequences of financial decision-making in a risk-free setting.

  • Mock Business Plan

    AI generated business plan created as part of an educational exercise. This type of project is typically used in business, entrepreneurship, and management courses to help students learn the fundamentals of business planning and development.

  • Mock Study

    Use Ai to create a valuable pedagogical tool that immerses students in the research process. By engaging in simulated research activities, students gain practical experience, deepen their understanding of research methodologies, and prepare for conducting real-world research in their future academic or professional careers

  • Phonetics Sentences

    Generate specific sentences designed to help learners practice and improve their pronunciation, phonetic awareness, and speech clarity. These sentences typically contain a variety of sounds, phonemes, and speech patterns that are common in the target language. Phonetic sentences are often used in phonetics training, accent reduction programs, speech therapy sessions, and language learning courses to develop and refine oral communication skills.

  • Portfolio Assignment Outline

    AI generated structured framework or guide that outlines the requirements, expectations, and components of a portfolio project. Portfolio assignments are common in many educational contexts, including K-12 classrooms, college courses, and professional development programs. They provide students with opportunities to compile, showcase, and reflect on their learning, achievements, and growth over time. The outline serves as a roadmap for students, helping them understand what is expected of them and how to organize and present their portfolio effectively.

  • Problem Set

    Instantly generate a collection of mathematical problems or exercises assigned to students for practice, review, or assessment purposes. Problem sets are commonly used in mathematics courses at various levels, from elementary school through college, to reinforce concepts, develop problem-solving skills, and assess students' understanding of mathematical concepts and techniques.

  • Quick Text + English Support

    Artificial Intelligence created sentences with translated English supports. Quickly support students in their quest of language learning.

  • Quick Text + Spanish Support

    Artificial Intelligence created sentences with translated Spanish supports. Quickly support students in their quest of language learning.

  • Reading Comprehension Assignment

    Generate a short text with a variety of question that are directly related to the text. Great for formative assessments or adding supplemental context.

  • "Real World" Example

    AI Generated scenarios, problems, or applications that connect mathematical concepts to practical, everyday situations or contexts. These examples are designed to help students see the relevance and applicability of mathematics in their lives and the world around them. By solving real-world problems, students can develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts, improve their problem-solving skills, and recognize the value of mathematics in various fields and professions.

  • Research Project

    Leverage Artificial Intelligence to create an extended inquiry-based learning activity in which students investigate a topic, question, problem, or hypothesis using systematic methods of inquiry. Research projects are commonly used across various grade levels and subject areas to develop students' critical thinking skills, information literacy, and independent learning abilities. These projects typically involve multiple stages, including topic selection, literature review, data collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of findings.

  • Resume Outline

    Ai developed structured framework that serves as a guide for organizing and formatting the content of a resume. It outlines the sections, headings, and key information that should be included in a resume to effectively showcase an individual's qualifications, skills, experiences, and accomplishments to potential employers.

  • Scenario Assignment

    Use AI to create learning a task or activity that presents students with a hypothetical situation or scenario, often based on real-world contexts, to analyze, discuss, problem-solve, or make decisions. These assignments are designed to engage students in critical thinking, application of knowledge, and practical problem-solving skills within a relevant and authentic context. Scenario assignments are commonly used across various subjects and disciplines to promote active learning and deepen students' understanding of course concepts.

  • Sentence Structures

    Instantly create simple exercises that can be used for vocabulary recognition or writing exercises. Content specific sentences for any topic or theme.

  • Source Analysis Questions

    Develop inquiries designed to help students critically examine and evaluate primary and secondary sources, such as historical documents, texts, artworks, scientific studies, or multimedia materials. These questions guide students in analyzing the content, context, credibility, and significance of sources, fostering skills in critical thinking, research, and information literacy.

  • Tongue Twister

    AI made phrase or sentence that is deliberately difficult to pronounce due to its combination of similar or conflicting sounds, syllables, or words. Tongue twisters are used as a fun and challenging exercise to improve speech clarity, articulation, fluency, and pronunciation skills.

  • Word Recognition Worksheet

    Artificial Intelligence crafted worksheets typically including a variety of exercises that focus on identifying words, understanding their meanings, and often involve reading and writing activities.

  • Worksheet

    AI Generated worksheet to be printed or digital document that contains exercises, questions, problems, or activities designed to help students practice and reinforce concepts, skills, or knowledge covered in a lesson, unit, or course. Worksheets are commonly used by teachers as supplemental materials to support instruction, provide opportunities for independent practice, and assess student learning.

Cooperative Learning

  • Compass Conversation Pieces

    AI Generated questioning to explore various sides and facets of a proposition or idea prior to taking a stand or expressing an opinion on it.

  • Construction Paper Project

    Generate an activity outline for students to work together in groups to create artistic or visual representations using construction paper as the primary medium. Cooperative learning is an instructional approach where students work collaboratively towards a common goal, fostering teamwork, communication, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.

  • Conversation Practice

    Develop a skit of a two-person dialogue in an educational setting serves as a valuable tool for language learning, communication development, and interpersonal growth.

  • Debate

    Generate an activity where students engage in a formal discussion or argument on a specific topic or issue. Debates typically involve two opposing teams or sides presenting arguments, evidence, and rebuttals in support of their position. The goal of a debate is to persuade the audience or judges of the validity and superiority of one's arguments.

  • Film Project

    Use AI to generate simple scenes that provides students with an opportunity to develop a range of skills, including creativity, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and technical proficiency in filmmaking. It encourages active engagement, hands-on learning, and self-expression while fostering an appreciation for the art and craft of filmmaking.

  • Jigsaw Activity

    Use Ai to create a Jigsaw cooperative learning strategy that involves breaking a large task or learning material into smaller, manageable parts and assigning each part to different groups of students. After working on their assigned part independently, students collaborate with members of other groups who have studied different parts to share their findings and assemble the pieces of the puzzle to complete the task or understand the material comprehensively.

  • Kagan List

    Develop a compilation of topic specific cooperative learning strategy developed by Dr. Spencer Kagan, an educational psychologist known for his work on cooperative learning structures. Kagan Lists are a structured method for organizing and facilitating cooperative learning activities in the classroom, with the goal of promoting active engagement, peer interaction, and academic achievement among students.

  • Lab + Material List

    Use AI to create laboratory experience or experiment designed to engage students in active exploration, investigation, and discovery of scientific concepts through inquiry-based learning methods. Unlike traditional lab activities where students follow prescribed procedures and predetermined outcomes, inquiry-based labs emphasize student-led inquiry, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

  • Learning Stations

    Generate an infinite variety of learning environments within a classroom or educational setting where students engage in hands-on activities, collaborative tasks, or independent learning experiences related to a specific topic, theme, or subject area. Learning stations offer a differentiated approach to instruction, allowing students to explore concepts, practice skills, and apply knowledge in a variety of ways, often through a rotation system where students move through different stations over a designated period of time.

  • Mock Interview

    Generate practice interview designed to simulate a real job interview. This exercise is typically used in career development courses, workshops, or counseling sessions to help students prepare for actual job interviews.

  • Model

    Have AI develop a simple representation or simulation of a concept, process, system, or phenomenon that is used to facilitate learning, understanding, and problem-solving.

  • Paired Passages

    AI created text of two related passages presented together for students to analyze, compare, and contrast. Paired passages are commonly used in language arts, reading comprehension, and standardized testing contexts to assess students' ability to comprehend and synthesize information from multiple sources.

  • Project Based Learning

    Use AI to create an instructional approach in which students collaboratively engage in a real-world project or investigation to explore and solve complex problems or challenges. In an educational setting, a project-based learning assignment involves students working on an extended project over an extended period, during which they inquire, research, plan, create, and present their findings or solutions. PBL emphasizes student-centered learning, critical thinking, collaboration, and the application of knowledge and skills in authentic contexts.

  • Role Play Scenario

    AI developed situations and scenarios for any topic. Prepare students by having them engage in critical thinking of how certain scenarios can play out in the professional world.

  • Social Situation Skit

    Allow AI to create a scripted role-playing activity that simulates real-life social scenarios to help students develop social skills, communication abilities, and problem-solving strategies. These skits typically involve students portraying characters in various social situations, such as conflict resolution, peer interactions, decision-making, or assertive communication.

  • STEM Project

    Have AI instantly generate an interdisciplinary learning activity that integrates concepts from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to engage students in hands-on, inquiry-based learning experiences. STEM projects encourage students to apply their knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems, design innovative solutions, and explore the connections between different STEM disciplines.

  • Team Based Activity

    AI Generated group learning opportunities with specifically assigned roles to encourage responsibilities in the learning environment. Roles are designed with an emphasis on student ownership.

  • Think-Pair-Share

    Infinite AI generated activities that encourages active participation, collaboration, and critical thinking among students. It provides a structured framework for students to process information, reflect on their understanding, and engage in meaningful dialogue with their peers.


  • 4 Corners

    Generate an interactive and engaging classroom activity used to promote movement, discussion, and learning. It can be adapted to suit various educational objectives, including reviewing content, practicing decision-making, and encouraging students to express their opinions

  • Battleship Style

    AI generated game that is fun and interactive way to engage students in reviewing course material, concepts, or skills. It is inspired by the classic Battleship board game.

  • Bingo Style

    An all time classic, inclusive, fun, and engaging activity that leverages the structure of the traditional Bingo game to review and reinforce learning concepts, vocabulary, or skills.

  • Escape Room

    Creative and interactive learning activity inspired by the popular Escape Room entertainment trend. In this educational adaptation, students work together in teams to solve puzzles, decode clues, and complete challenges within a designated time frame in order to "escape" from a themed scenario or room. The goal of an educational Escape Room game is to engage students in immersive and hands-on learning experiences that promote critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and teamwork skills.

  • Exercise Competition

    Plyometric exercise competition is an event or activity that involves students participating in various plyometric exercises to demonstrate their speed, power, agility, and overall athleticism. Plyometric exercises, also known as "plyos," are dynamic movements that involve rapid stretching and contracting of muscles to improve explosive strength and power.

  • Historical Timeline Game

    Create an interactive and engaging activity that involves students in exploring, understanding, and contextualizing key events, people, and developments within a specific historical period or topic. The game typically involves creating a chronological timeline of significant events and asking students to place historical events, figures, or concepts in the correct chronological order. It encourages critical thinking, historical analysis, and collaboration among students while reinforcing their understanding of historical chronology and context.

  • Jeopardy Style

    Instantly create a trivia game board where students participate in a competitive and engaging review of course material or subject matter by answering questions across various categories. The game encourages active participation, reinforces learning concepts, and provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding in a collaborative and competitive environment.

  • Quest Based

    Generate a learning activity tool that incorporates elements of game design, such as quests, challenges, rewards, and progression, to engage students in the learning process. In a quest-based game, students embark on a series of quests or missions that require them to complete tasks, solve problems, and achieve learning objectives within a virtual or simulated environment.

  • Quiz, Quiz, Trade

    Instantly craft an interactive, cooperative learning game commonly used in educational settings to review and reinforce content knowledge, promote active engagement, and provide opportunities for student interaction. It is particularly popular in K-12 classrooms but can be adapted for various age groups and subjects.

  • Review Game

    Generate an engaging activity designed to help students review and reinforce concepts, skills, or content covered in class. These games are typically used as a form of formative assessment to assess students' understanding and retention of material before quizzes, tests, or exams. Review games are often employed to make the review process more enjoyable, collaborative, and effective, promoting active engagement and participation among students.

  • Stand Up, Sit Down

    Create a simple and interactive activity often used to engage students in reviewing or assessing their understanding of a topic, concept, or lesson. It's a fun and dynamic way to gauge students' comprehension while encouraging movement and active participation.

  • This or That?

    AI generated fun and interactive activity where participants are presented with a series of choices and must select one option over the other. This activity can be adapted for various educational purposes, such as icebreakers, discussions, or review sessions, to engage students in decision-making, critical thinking, and discussion.

  • Word Search

    AI Generated game board also known as a word find, word seek, or mystery word puzzle, is a type of puzzle that consists of a grid of letters, usually arranged in a rectangular or square shape. The goal is to find and mark all the words hidden within the grid. These words can be arranged in various ways.


  • Deep Question

    Thought-provoking inquiries that encourage students to engage critically with course material, explore complex concepts, and deepen their understanding of key topics. These questions go beyond surface-level understanding and challenge students to think critically, analyze information, and make connections between ideas. Deep questions foster curiosity, stimulate intellectual curiosity, and promote higher-order thinking skills.

  • Discussion Prompts

    Open-ended questions, statements, or topics designed to stimulate meaningful and thought-provoking conversations among students. These prompts encourage active participation, critical thinking, and collaborative learning by prompting students to share their thoughts, opinions, and ideas on a particular subject or concept. Discussion prompts can be used in various educational contexts, including classroom discussions, group activities, online forums, and Socratic seminars.

  • Fill In The Blank Questions

    type of assessment item where students are presented with a statement, sentence, or passage with one or more blanks, and they are required to fill in the missing words or phrases. Fill-in-the-blank questions are commonly used in quizzes, tests, worksheets, and other forms of assessment to evaluate students' understanding of key concepts, vocabulary, and factual knowledge.

  • Matching Questions

    Leverage Ai to create assessment items or a learning activity where students are tasked with pairing related items from two separate lists. In these questions, students are typically presented with two columns: one containing a list of items, and the other containing a list of options or descriptions. The objective is to match each item in the first column with its correct counterpart in the second column. Matching questions are commonly used in various educational settings to test understanding, assess knowledge retention, and reinforce learning.

  • Multiple Choice Questions

    Using AI, Generate Endless variations of multiple choice standardized questions. Critical for both formative and summative assessments.

  • Scenario-Based Questions

    Questions created by AI that present a specific situation or problem to students, requiring them to apply their knowledge, skills, and critical thinking to propose solutions or responses. These questions are commonly used in various disciplines to simulate real-life challenges and assess a student’s ability to handle complex and dynamic situations.

  • Taxonomy Scaffolding

    Generate a structured approach to support students' learning and cognitive development based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. Bloom's Taxonomy categorizes learning objectives into six hierarchical levels, ranging from simple recall of information to more complex cognitive processes such as evaluation and synthesis. Scaffolding involves providing temporary support and guidance to help students reach higher levels of thinking and understanding.

  • True/False Questions

    Generate unlimited objective assessment items used to test students' knowledge, comprehension, and understanding of a topic or concept. In these questions, students are presented with a statement, and they must determine whether the statement is true or false based on their understanding of the subject matter.

  • Word Problems

    Generate any real-world scenario requiring the application of mathematical concepts to find a solution. These problems are described in text form and typically involve one or more mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or more advanced topics like algebra, geometry, and statistics.