Tired of the same ol' review game? Sick of board races? Had enough of simple ask-and-answer questioning?
Time to play BAZINGA!!
This game has been making its way around the internet for a bit, but here's my improved version. My class has played each year, and after that first time, they constantly ask to play again! This game is great for end-of-the-unit/chapter review prior to a test, or as a reward incentive for overall good class behavior. It can be used at any grade level, for any subject, and is enjoyed by all types of learners. It is very easy to make and even easier to play. The game constantly changes, (teams are switched around multiple times so "that one smart team" doesn't exist and doesn't run away with it!) the questions are created by the teacher so they can be as easy or challenging as you desire, and it is fast paced!
Watch out for the dreaded Bazinga card which will quickly bankrupt a team and throw everyone for a loop!
The rules are included, along with game cards (I glue these to a notecard and place face-down in a card pocket on a poster board). The card pockets are labeled by numbers, which are also included.
Items needed to create this game: the included sheets provided here, one poster board, 30 card pockets (such as the ones used inside library book covers for check out).
My board is currently at school - once I have an opportunity to start setting up my classroom I will include a picture of the game board for reference.