SAT Games

Preparing for the SAT

The SAT exam is a tool used by colleges to assess a student’s readiness for higher learning. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing, and math. Continued…

Fun SAT Games

LineMatch-VSCGameIcons-300x225  SAT Math Vocabulary A-M FillItIn-VSCGameIcons-300x225  SAT Vocabulary Which Word
which word   SAT Word Synonyms VFgameicons-unscramble Unscramble and Spell SAT Math
SAT Words – Pick the Part of Speech wordorama  Level 1 SAT Word-O-Rama
wordorama  Level 2 SAT Word-O-Rama speedyspeller  Level 1 SAT SpeedySpeller
speedyspeller  Level 2 SAT SpeedySpeller MatchItDefinitions-VSCGameIcons-300x225  Level 1 SAT MatchIt Definitions
MatchItDefinitions-VSCGameIcons-300x225   Level 2 SAT MatchIt Definitions  WordSearch-VSCGameIcons-300x225 Level 1 SAT Word Search
WordSearch-VSCGameIcons-300x225  Level 2 SAT Word Search MatchItSentences-VSCGameIcons-300x225  Level 1 SAT MatchIt Sentences
MatchItSentences-VSCGameIcons-300x225  Level 2 SAT MatchIt Sentences Playing Some Great Games & Learning Too!


The reading and writing sections of the SAT exam tests a student’s vocabulary and reading comprehension. About half of the questions in the writing section will be specifically to test vocabulary skills, but even the reading comprehension section depends heavily on the reader’s ability to figure out unfamiliar words in context. Colleges and universities take into account many factors when deciding who to admit to their student body, but the SAT can often be one of the key elements that make or break a student’s chances at higher education. The single best way to ensure your success in the entrance exam is to grow your vocabulary. This can be done by reading widely, studying Greek and Latin roots, taking high school courses that help you increase your vocabulary, and by spending 10-15 minutes a night working on word attack skills.

Another, possibly even more entertaining way to prepare for the vocabulary portions of the SAT exam is by playing our SAT practice games. Because the SAT is such a “high-stakes” exam, thinking about it sometimes make us anxious. By playing games to teach ourselves the concepts, we become less fearful of the test. When we finally sit down to take the SAT we can think back to the fun games we played and the test may not feel so overwhelming after all.