This review game allows students to practice their knowledge of key Cell Cycle science terms (Terms Listed Below) in an easy and fun way. The incorporation of movement into the game engages students and provides a unique way to review. It is a very easy game to play and provides a great review before a test or after a major unit. Get the students engaged and up and moving with this kinesthetic review of the Cell Cycle.
20 Review Questions Included!!!
This game has been made with PowerPoint. All you need is a projector in order to play. Students conduct the movements while sitting down or standing behind their desk
How the Game Works...
1. Students will review vocabulary/concepts for the particular topic in simple movement based game (students will stand behind their desks for this activity)
2. The review game consists of 3 game boards (simple movement, medium movement and advanced movement) You pick the one you want to use
3. You will ask the class a variety of questions (provided on the “Questions” slide). They will scan the game board (projected on the screen) until they find the correct answer. Once the student finds the answer, they must perform the action that the game board dictates. Add your own questions as well!!
4. For example: I might ask “What is the abbreviation for DeoxyriboNucleic Acid”. The students look for and find “DNA” on the game board. Under DNA is a black “R”. This lets students know to raise their right hand.
5. You can scan the room easily observing student actions and get a great indication if the students understand that particular term/question.
6. To add to the competition, prize doors have been provided for the student who (finds the answer and performs the answer first). The teacher must determine who performs the action first. Easy to access prize doors are included in this review game.
Game takes about 30 minutes to play.
Two Identical Cells
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Introduction to Science
Living Things Terminology
Virus, Bacteria, Protist, Fungi
Sponges, Chirdarians and Worms
Mollusks, Arthropods and Echinoderms
Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles
Mammals and Birds
Muscles,Bones and Skin
Food and Digestion
Respiration and Excretion
The Nervous System
Endocrine and Reproduction
Ecosystems and Biomes