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Make math review fun with this classic game based on grade level math standards! This power point presentation includes 30 slides with individual questions from five different categories of math content. The categories are "Numbers", "Ratios", "Geometry", "Equations", and "Stats & Probs".
The presentation begins with a game board where students select hidden questions that are linked to the board. Each question slide has multiple-choice answers that are also linked to either a cheering "Correct!" page, or an "Oops! Try Again" page, depending on the answer choice they select. Answers aren't given, so questions can be used a second time for opposing teams. The links also change color once an item has been chosen, so it's easy to keep track of the game's progress. Teacher Notes and directions are included.
This game is designed for maximum engagement and minimal preparation. It could be played by a whole class, or small groups working independently. It was created using Microsoft Office 2011. If your software doesn't support the .ppt version, open the zip file and use either the .pps or the .ppsx versions.
*This presentation was created using 2011 version of MSO Power Point. If you have an earlier version, you may need to open the .pps or .ppsx, instead of the ppt. version.
**The content of these files are also protected under copyright. A PASSWORD REQUEST will pop up. You only need a password to edit the presentation. To PLAY you can click READ ONLY and it will open up in presentation mode. To SAVE simply click and drag the file to the location you want USB, computer folders, etc.
For more information on using learning goals and scales with Common Core Math, visit Mrs. L's Leveled Learning Blog: http://mrslsleveledlearning.com
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