Best practice for this interactive game is to display the game using an Interactive Whiteboard in the classroom, as a back to school or end of day class bonding activity. Students take turns selecting a balloon and answering the associated question. The answers are shown on the hyperlinked slide.
Students love the interactive element of this game, designed on Microsoft PowerPoint. They respond positively to the content as it is interesting and engaging, and I have found that my students always ask to play at the end of the day.
The game is editable, so you can change the questions to suit your class' individual learning needs, focus areas or interests. I feel this is incredibly important in a modern classroom, as everyone learns differently and it is important to cater for these specific needs.
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