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Giant Connect Four! Take a shower curtain, spray paint it yellow and leave "holes" for the game pieces. Grab some plastic plates from the dollar tree and throw velcro on the back. Might make a fun lawn game too! Youth Group Games, Youth Activities, Activity Games, Family Games, Fun Games, Games For Kids, Party Games, Spy Party, Elderly Activities

Giant Connect Four! Take a shower curtain, spray paint it yellow and leave "holes" for the game pieces. Grab some plastic plates from the dollar tree and throw on Velcro on the back of the plates and where the holes are, then use Velcro to hang it from the wall each time you want to play. Kids loved it!

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Hula Hoop Tic-Tac-Toe Review Game

Let me start by saying that my kids LOVED this review game. They laughed, learned, and helped each other throughout the entire game! ...

he best ideas come from randomly staring off into space at midnight. Finally brought this random idea to life. 👍🏼The kiddos loved our math Teaching Strategies, Teaching Math, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Hacks, Maths 3e, Class Games, Homework Games, Student Games

Britt Root on Instagram: “The best ideas come from randomly staring off into space at midnight. Finally brought this random idea to life. 👍🏼The kiddos loved our math…”

1,024 Likes, 96 Comments - Britt Root (@miss5th) on Instagram: “The best ideas come from randomly staring off into space at midnight. Finally brought this random…”

"Zap" This is a great game used in elementary school but can be used for Youg Women's focusing on questions from your lesson, For the Strength of Youth, etc. Just a fun way to engage. School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Management, Classroom Projects, Spanish Classroom, Classroom Inspiration, Future Classroom

ZAP!

Such a cheap and AWESOME game. Made in minutes for next to nothing! All you need are some library sleeves and a piece of posterboard. ...

Make test prep FUN with the easy-to-build Flyswatter Game! Make test prep FUN with the easy-to-build Flyswatter Game! 8th Grade Ela, Sat Prep, Fun Test, Reading Test, Vocabulary Games, Math Games, Classroom Games, Review Games, School Games

Swat Teams are the Fun Fix

Ready to move beyond tired Jeopardy slides? Try a few rounds of the Flyswatter Game, a no-fail way to keep teens active and excited about test prep. Six Easy Steps: 1. Create a list of review quest…

Trashketball: My Favorite Review Game - keep kids excited and engaged | mrseteachesmath.blogspot.com Spanish Classroom Decor, Classroom Games, Classroom Management, Steam Activities, Math Activities, Teaching Math, Maths, Teaching Ideas, Revision Games

Trashketball - My Favorite Review Game

Trashketball is my favorite review game for middle school or high school kids. It works with any topic (I use it in math) and my students LOVE it. FREE DOWNLOAD

I don't think I'm your type or maybe you think I'm too immature. Whatever the case, no worries. Let's just be real. Classroom Games, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Inspiration, Future Classroom, Classroom Organization, Revision Games, Too Cool For School, School Stuff

No More Groans when they hear..."Review"

So my dear friend that teaches fourth grade this year shared this amazing review game with me that I just had to share with you! This game ...

Join me on a journey to engagement! * indicates required Email Address * I have long been a hug. Classroom Games, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Teaching Tips, Classroom Management, Teaching Techniques, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Class Games

Grudgeball.. a Review Game Where Kids Attack!

Join me on a journey to engagement! * indicates required Email Address * I have long been a huge fan of using games in the classroom. Much like sneaking broccoli into the pizza sauce, I have always felt that games were that perfect balance of teaching and engagement. When I first started, my consummate go to was Jeaopardy but..... Holy work Batman! Setting that all up was extremely time consuming. I wanted to find a way to have a quick go to game I could use with any set of questions. I…