Frequently Asked Questions
Browse the topics below to find the answers to the most common questions we receive about FableVision Games. If you have a question you can’t find the answer to, reach out to us on our contact page.
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What can I find on FableVision Games?
FableVision Games offers research-based games and professional development resources for K-12 classroom learning. Each game offered on the site comes with free associated resources, research, and Teacher Guides.
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Can FableVision Games be played on iPad?
Zoombinis and Fraction's Quest are browser based and can only be accessed on desktop or laptop computers running Chrome OS, Windows, or Mac OS. Animation-ish, FabMaker Studio and Civics! An American Musical can be accessed on tablets and phones running Android OS or iOS.
How do I integrate these games into my classroom?
Each game comes with a Teacher Guide that can be accessed from the "View Resources" tab. The guides include suggestions on how to implement the game for whole class, individual, small group, and remote learning scenarios. For a deeper dive into how to use the game and work it into your curriculum, you can also speak to a FableVision Learning team member to discuss PD options. Simply email email@example.com.
Can I play your games in Spanish?
Our games are not currently available in Spanish, but stay tuned for later releases.
Are your games accessible?
In all our work, FableVision Games strives for intuitive design that is seamless to the user experience. Check back often for updates on accessibility standards.