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    Classroom Review Games

    Classroom Review Games

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    Use the cooperative learning strategy, ask-n-switch, with task cards.

    Cooperative Learning with Task Cards #2

    What a fun sight word game for kids from preschool and kindergarten to 1st grade

    Free Sight Word Game for Kids

    FREE Interactive Test Prep Vocabulary bingo game to go with the Interactive Notebook for Test Prep Vocabulary!

    Interactive Test Prep Vocabulary

    Blog Post about using QR Codes to Play Tic-Tac-Toe by Teaching High School Math!

    Teaching High School Math: Using QR Codes to Play Tic-Tac-Toe

    Think * Share * Teach: Headbands With a Twist - could work for high school vocabulary review also

    Think * Share * Teach: Headbands With a Twist

    Play "Attack" with your students! It's a review game that can be used in any subject that your middle school students will be begging to play! FREE instructions

    FREE Review Game for the Secondary Classroom

    a fun game for kids to play! Looks like a large version of Trouble

    a fun game for kids to play - Tip Junkie

    Playground - Trouble, Chutes and Ladders, Twister, and other games added to this playground

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    Snakes & Ladders, 1-25 | Playground Markings Direct

    Big Game 2

    How-To: Make a Big-As-Life Board Game

    Jumbo Inflatable Ring Toss. Great for geriatrics and pediatrics OT.

    Walmart: Jumbo Inflatable Ring Toss

    DIY board game printables - have students make games based on short stories - can use plot chart to decide on achievements

    Board game for teaching DNA concepts - Hardwicke, Susan B.

    Finally! I found FREE PRINT OUTS for Candyland sight words game! For all of my lower elementary teacher friends! @Sue H Morgan Lindsay Dillon Dillon Peterson @Em Frankcom Durham @Sarah Chintomby Flake @Cristina Nettles

    Sight Word Candy Land | Ironic Adventures

    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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    "We just wasted over a minute of classtime thinking and sharing about the word obstinate, and I have no idea if students actually understand what the word means. Here enters the game of 7-up."

    The Brown-Bag Teacher: 7-Up Vocabulary Practice

    Duct tape + tarp + a few hours= giant fun! Make this gameboard for your Children's Ministry or Youth Ministry. We use ours in Workshop Rotation Giant Duct Tape Gameboard...making Sunday School memorable #kidmin #youthmin #rotation

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    Free Printable I Have, Who Has? Template - Learning Games for Kids

    I have Who Has Template - Learning Games for Kids

    BUMP! A Spelling Game -- Students usually study for spelling tests by looking over the words and spelling them out loud. Here's a spelling game that gets the whole family involved! What You Need: Paper, Pencil, Small brown paper bag

    "Bump!" A Spelling Game

    Sight Word Target Practice - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Sight Word Target Practice - I Can Teach My Child!

    Quiz, Quiz, Trade: learn how to play this great review game that you can use with the whole class!

    Quiz, Quiz, Trade | Minds in Bloom

    vocab tennis; this blog has AMAZING ideas for active learning. Love it!

    Jiménez es con JOTA

    Trashketball and other games for middle and high school students that require little to zero effort.

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

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    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!

    The Ordinary Adventures of a Primary Chorister: Review Games

    What is the Question?

    What is the Question?