No time to prepare? Need a quick motivational game? Eight games are simple scorekeeping devices. Ask questions from a worksheet, slips from a box, or orally. As students or teams answer, the PowerPoint acts as the scorekeeper: cross the goal line first, build that lady bug, race a dot around a track, and more to determine the winner.
For an all-in-one solution, ten games include question and answer slides so content can be entered in advance. Each also includes a unique scoring strategy: bounce gumballs into buckets, open a door to either gain points or get zapped by the tiger, uncover hidden points by unwinding a ball of yarn or clicking a football.
This diverse variety of games will add spice and fun to your entire year!
Click the links below to learn more about the games in this bundle. And ENJOY!
These PowerPoints serve as a score keeper or as a way to determine how many points students have earned for a correct answer. The questions for these games come from another source (worksheet, orally, etc.).
Build a Bug
The questions for these games are typed as part of the PowerPoint.
Bit of a Yarm
Tiger or Treasure
The Old Shell Game
Down the Hatch
Fruit Basket Turn Over