School - Games
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Review Game: Let the Cards Decide
This review game for middle or high school students is SO MUCH FUN! I play this in my classroom before test day. It could be used for math, science, social studies or any other subject! It's an easy, active game that I often play instead of trashketball. #reviewgame #mrseteachesmath
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review game - Each group had a cup filled with ten review questions based on what we've learned in math this year. The students worked together to solve the questions one at a time. If they got the right answer, they got to go place one of their sticky notes on the board. (Each team had their own color.) I only gave them four sticky notes total. If....
7th Grade Math Standardized Test Prep Jeopardy® Game
I use this every year with my 7th graders, and it has helped my standardized test scores to increase every year. This Jeopardy® (Power Point) game can be used as a review for any Math State Standardized Test Preparation. The categories are: 1) Statistics 2) 3D Objects (Volume, Surf. Area, etc) 3) 2D Objects (Area, Perimeter, etc) 4) Miscellaneous (mostly measurement) and 5) Probability. My kids love it!!! (Challenging enough for 8th or 9th grade too)
Games in the Secondary Math Classroom
I have always used games as a way to review math concepts. However, TpT has challenged me to make them better: more meaningful, relevant, and attractive. I feel great about the games we play in class. My students are also more likely to buy in when the game has a polished look, clear instructions, and directly relates to the skills they have been learning in class. I have refined many of my own games that are available at Free to Discover.