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Happy Tuesday! As promised in my resolutions, I am starting off the year right with my first 2014  Tuesday Teaching Tip ! Today, I want to s...

As promised in my resolutions, I am starting off the year right with my first 2014 Tuesday Teaching Tip !

Today I am writing about my absolute favorite (and my students’ favorite) review game: Attack! Let me start by listing the reasons I love this game: It requires NO PREP It requires NO MATERIALS (other

A Review Game That Students Love – ATTACK! (Math in the Middle)

Pinner says. "  My kids love this game.  I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this.  One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today?  You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins.  I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun.  So, how do you play it? 1.  Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y

Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? I have two ora

FREEBIE!  Check out my blog to learn how to make this easy "Quiz Whiz Review" game to culminate every unit!  An authentic way to revisit and review science, math and history units throughout the year!  Directions and template included.

FREEBIE! Check out my blog to learn how to make this easy "Quiz Whiz Review" game to culminate every unit! An authentic way to revisit and review science, math and history units throughout the year! Directions and template included.

One Stop Teacher Shop - Teaching Resources for Upper Elementary: Using Active Review Games in the Classroom

Using Active Review Games in the Classroom

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15+ Math Games to Keep Students Engaged

Grudgeball: Each teams gets 10 Xs. Each group gets a question, if they get it right, they get to erase 2 Xs from the board. They can take it from one team or split it. But before they do that, they shoot a basket to earn extra X's.

Review game: If student gets it wrong, they need to choose an item from the bag to wear, if they get it correct: teacher wears the item!

Stump the Chorister/Teacher. The Ordinary Adventures of a Primary Chorister: Saturday Night Specials

Have you heard of the review game Scoot? It's a whole class activity that gets kids up and moving from one seat to another as they solve problems. Team Scoot is a fun variation that allows students to work in cooperative learning teams which gives them an opportunity to discuss their answers and stretch their thinking. Click the link below to visit my blog and read more!  http://corkboardconnections.blogspot.com/2014/05/team-scoot-new-twist-on-old-favorite.html

Team Scoot is a fun variation that allows students to work in cooperative learning teams

Find out how to play Grudgeball and 3 other fun review games for your classroom

Find out how to play Grudgeball and 3 other fun review games for your classroom

Stinky Feet- funny name, serious game!  Simple rules, great for test prep, and kids love it!

Stinky Feet Test Prep That Will Have Your Students Begging for More

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