RE: the COVID-19 shelter in place order. First and foremost, we hope you are riding out this surreal storm, healthy and safe. Before you click off our site, please keep in mind that all our games are downloadable; no need to leave the house, no need to wait for the game to be shipped. They’ll be a great way to celebrate when this is behind us! Use this down time to start your planning. Your kids will thank you for it - eventually.

FREE GAME FOR YOUR HOUSEBOUND KIDS: Operation: Shelter in Place is a super fun game for your housebound kids.  Haley Productions is temporarily offering the game for free. DOWNLOAD NOW.

Teachers, we suggest the following classroom games/activities
These are also great team building games for kids!

Graphic: Scavenger hunt mystery game for kidsOperation Catch Me If You Can Scavenger Hunt/Mystery Game
Part mystery, part scavenger hunt for ages 7 to 12.

Graphic - CSI game for kidsOperation Crime Scene Investigation Forensics Mystery Game
Our crime scene investigation mystery game for kids aged 10 to 16.

Graphic mystery game for kidsThe Special Ones Mystery Game
For ages 8 to 12. This is a thrilling, action-packed mystery combined with a mini-scavenger hunt.

Graphic: Medieval knights game for kidsOperation Medieval Merriment
Knights' Party Game

For ages 7 to 12

Graphic - Sunday school bible scavenger hunt for kidsOperation Sunday School Christian Scavenger Hunt
A bible study scavenger hunt for Sunday School Classes or youth groups in grades 6th - 8th, ages 11 – 14.

Reviews for our classroom games/activities

I used the Crime Scene Investigation game with my grade 7 ELA class as a wrap up to their Mystery unit. They loved it!! It took a long time to get ready but was well worth it. I had 26 students completely engaged for two hours of hard thought and a lot of fun! I had to change the crime scene to inside a classroom but it worked out well! Thanks for checking in!!

Holly Franklin
Vice Principal/CTA Vice President
Shaunavon Public School

These classroom games are great! I teach a homeschool crime science class and the CSI game will be perfect for classroom use. It covers everything we have been studying. The Kovert Kids scavenger hunt will be great for my son's birthday party. Thanks! Marla Lahrman, St. Joseph MI

We modified it (Catch Me If You Can) to fit our needs as a school event with 50 4th and 5th graders. It was great. The students loved it and it made my job so much easier. I will definitely recommend your activities for other school events and birthday parties to families, colleagues and friends. Tracy Hickey, South Bend, IN

Last Friday I was able to break out the Kovert Kids Scavenger Hunt and the Crime Scene Investigation game! I used the Kovert Kids for my morning session with 1-3rd graders. They absolutely had a ball. The baby picture section was my favorite. That’s such a wonderful idea! Thank you so much. CSI was used in my afternoon session with my 4th-6th graders. They were so excited to be a part of something so interactive and fun. I want to thank you for such educational and fun classroom activities. Heather Corcoran, Kids College Coordinator, Mt. Tech, Butte, MT

I just wanted to let you know that the Catch Me If You Can game was great. I used it as a reading/following directions activity for my 6th grade class. It was a wonderful classroom activity. Thanks, Sharon Sweeney, Valley Falls KS

I used your Medieval game last week at our after school program. The kids (mostly boys in grades 4-6) absolutely LOVED it. They even wanted to work more on their shields the day after! Thanks! Jan Brooks, Program Director, NECC After School Connection, North East Community Center, Millerton, NY 12546

I love the games! We are using them for our Christian Camp. Our theme this year is "CSI - Christ Story Investigation". Your games are perfect! We are using the "Operation Away in a Manger" and "Operation Two by Two" then we will have a special day for Lab/Murder Scene Investigation - using your "Operation Crime Scene Investigation" game we are adapting it to fit an investigation of how Jesus died and what happened to His body. (For example, the murder weapon will be large nails, etc.) We had a training session for the counselors and had them pretend to be the kids and play "Operation Away in a Manger". The counselors loved the game and probably had more fun than the kids will! LOL... I just wanted you to know how we are using your team games and how helpful they are for our camp theme this year. Thank you and God Bless, Vicki Milford, Talladega AL

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