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Bazinga - an awesome review game for most any subject and any grade. Students are in teams, I ask questions, and the students answers them. If a team is correct they have the chance to pick a Bazinga Card and we do what it says (e.g. double your score, erase 1 point from another team, switch the team captain of the winning team with the team captain of the losing team, etc.).

Let the kids review books for each other. This two in one worksheet allows students to "review" the books for one another. Print on colored paper and hang the reviews around the book shelves, so other students can make "informed decisions" about what they want to read.

The Bucket Game - clever review game for in the classroom. Students throw a ball into a bucket designating different levels of difficulty questions. If the student gets the correct answer then their team gets the number of points corresponding to the difficulty level.

Graffiti Wall...I use to have a class message board maybe I will start that again with this set up.

How many weeks, days, hours left until the end of the school year? Are you counting? Read this article from #WeAreTeachers for some great ideas for year-end lesson plans!

Literature Graffiti........post black paper on your classroom wall....have students write with silver Sharpie quotes that they love as you/they read throughout the year.

Each of these PowerPoint Presentations features 24-32 interactive, animated slides. If you have your students answer on individual whiteboards, you can quickly determine who "gets it" and who is still struggling. $2.50-$3.00 each.

I Have Who Has is a game that is played as a whole class to review. This game helps students review identifying numbers 0-30. Common Core aligned.

How students use technology is important to review. It isn't what we want if we're trying to teach them!

Daily review so that students can let there parents know what they did at school. Autism Classroom

Students sign out when they leave the classroom; can also have magnetic pictures/words for nurse, bathroom, etc. so students can put it beside their name so you know exactly where they are.

This is a "Shout Out Wall" where students can shout out their success in school, home, work or activities