The 1-Year Games Subscription gives you full access to all of the games and features of the pinkcatgames.com website. Please visit our Store to learn more about the subscription and make a purchase. Below is an overview of the features of the games website.
Searchable Library of Teacher-Created Question Sets
Many of the teachers who use our games have shared the question sets and word lists that they have created for their own students. The questions library contains thousands of question sets that you can play in any of our games. To learn how to find questions for any skill, read the Choosing Questions article.
Make your Own Questions & Add your Own Images
You can create your own question sets and word lists to meet the exact needs or your students. You can also copy question sets from our library and edit them to suit your needs.
With a Games Subscription, you can add your own images to questions and word lists. Make questions for language, math, science, history or any topic you can think of. Just type them in once and then use them in any game.
Large Games Library
Choose from over 200 engaging games to keep your students motivated to practice any skill. To learn about the different types of games and how to play them, read the articles in Game Types Section of the Help Center.
Play In-Person, in Teletherapy or Independently at Home
You can play games with your students in class on an interactive whiteboard, in small groups, in centers or 1-on-1.
During online learning or teletherapy, share your game screen and give students mouse control via your conferencing software or have them answer orally.
Share games with a single link so students can also play independently at school and at home.
Student Progress Tracking and Reporting
With a Games Subscription, you will be able to track your students' progress in games and view reports on their progress.
Play on Many Devices
Play on interactive whiteboards, iPads, Chromebooks and computers. Perfect for whole class, centers or individual play. To learn how to set up student devices, please read the article Student Devices & Computers.