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Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity

Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
Business Class Microsoft Office Spoons Playing Card Review Activity
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What are these playing cards? They are for a game of spoons, though you could probably find other uses. There are 52 cards.

4 Word screenshots, 8 Excel screenshots, 4 Edge screenshots, 4 Access screenshots, and 8 PowerPoint screenshots. Students would just pass cards to find a matching number, like in "real Spoons" but will find the four Word screenshots or four of the Excel screenshots, etc.

4 playing cards of the logos for Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Edge, and Office. Those cards will just be straight logos, so that should be pretty simple (of course, this might be deceptively easy as two people might both be holding on to the "easy" Word logos. That would just be a straight match like the other version of Spoons.
They will play like normal, passing cards and trying to find the screenshot matches or logo matches.

Whoever is "out" must first say "Prove it" to the person who "won" and went out first. They will put their cards down and everyone will collectively decide if they do indeed have a correct match (and I printed an extra copy of the cards originals pages and stapled them and marked W, E, P, etc., so they can double check it for the screenshots). If matches are incorrect, they are now "out" instead.

Whoever is "out" and doesn't get a spoon will have to explain something from one of their cards in their hands. So, if you have the Print dialog box from PowerPoint, you would say something like, you can set this to print handouts 6 per page from this in PowerPoint.

Then, they shuffle, re-deal, and play again. You could keep score of winners or negative scores on the "loser" each round. Up to you.
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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