Minute To Win It! Up next was Noodling Around. The kids lined up penne pasta at the edge of their desks and tried to pick up all of them with one piece of spaghetti that they held in their mouth. I thought for sure the spaghetti would break, but it held up. They loved this one and kept trying long after we had a winner. Such concentration!
Minute to win it! End of the year games.
Reviewing for the test Olympic style
Using released items, cut the test for instant task cards.
Easy math stations via Middle School Math Rules -"Middle schoolers love it when they get to get up and move around, even when they are doing problems from a worksheet"
Help kids become confident learning to answer multiple choice questions prior to end of year assessments. Get a group active by putting letters on the corners of the rug and having kids walk to their answers to multiple choice questions.
This poster shows the steps of how to solve a constructed response questions.
Free Poster to print for Common Core! Researcher by Krissy.Venosdale, via Flickr