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Tutorial: Oversized Memory Game Take this classic game outside and get some fresh air and exercise with the kids

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!

Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses

Bazinga! An Interactive Review Game For Any Subject (SMART Board)

Best quiz generator to make learning a ton of fun! This quiz generator uses the original music and sound effects of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" and turns any quiz activity into a sensational experience! A must checkout!

Love, War, and Lightning - Review Game Template

Interactive SMART Board Games: Making review games fun through the smartboard (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader, Jeopardy, Deal or No Deal, Classroom Feud)

Here's a great game for inside on cold, wet winter days: Escape the Volcano Shape Game. Not only do you get the wiggles out, you can review colors, shapes, and practice the skills on the game pieces.

Here's a number version of a Boggle board (Noggle!). Includes students recording sheet. This would be a fun early finish board.

Stinky Feet! My students' favorite review game! points on back of sticky notes some positve some neg. teams answer question & then reveal points, sometimes have the 'lowest' point team win! :) (add more negative numbers then!)

Hide questions under their seat and announce 'hot seat' sometime during the day. Whoever has a question under their seat has to answer it. Perfect way to review/have fun! This is an idea from kindergarten that could be used in ANY grade!!

"Write "terms to know" on the board and then have each student erase one and tell the class something about that term (definition, connection, example, etc.). Follow link to read about using a graffiti board as an Activating Prior Knowledge lesson. I can totally do this on the first day of school!"

Use chalk or masking tape to make a tic-tac-toe grid on the floor. Mark paper plates with X's and O's and take turns throwing them onto the grid. The first with in 3 a row is the winner! #kids #games

A template for you to create your own Bullseye Review Game. All you have to do is enter the questions, enter the answers, and drag the answers under a box. (If you don't have enough time, you can always just delete the answer portion.) Students will get to throw wall-walkers or shoot suction cup darts at the Promethean board, trying to hit the bullseye in order to earn more points for the next question.

This list of classroom games will add flare and student engagement to more tedious, yet necessary tasks like teaching math facts, grammar rules and vocabulary, reviewing for tests or even completing lab experiments.

Turn your student's favorite game into a classroom review game! Included are 5 boards with the characters from the game either helping or hurti...