Google Docs. Like an online version of Microsoft Office.
BibMe or EasyBib. Use these to create bibliographic entries for sources that you consulted during your research. Quick note: don't ever use Wikipedia as a resource. Ask me about the "cowboy story" if you need proof.
Stop Disasters. In this simulation, use different defenses and warning systems to protect a town from a wildfire, flood, tsunami, earthquake, or hurricane.
Burger Tycoon. Take command of a fast food franchise with a painted clown for a mascot - don't say McDonalds, because no one wants to get sued - and manage every step of the process. Raising cows, hiring and firing employees, advertising, corrupting nutritionists and politicians. See how issues like deforestation, labor relations, and child obesity affect your burger joint.
Typer Shark. A keyboarding game. You play a deep sea diver and have to use your typing skills to keep from being eaten by sharks.
BBC Primary History. Each of these sections has a Dig It Up game, where you act like an archaeologist to find missing historical artifacts.