This is an interactive Power Point Game that includes 20 questions about circle graphs.
There are 2 versions of the game- one with points and one without.
1.) Have the kids divide into teams.
2.) I usually give the kids a white board to write on, or you can use the answer sheet provided.
3.) Have the kids take turns choosing questions. Just click on any fish name (only the name will take you to the question.) That name will disappear once you click on it, so that the same question cannot be picked again.
4.) Have all of the kids answer the question on the screen.
5.) When everyone is finished, click on the answer and the point value will appear. Each group that has the correct answer will add those points to their score.
6.) Click on “ocean” on the screen. This will talk you back to the beginning to pick a new question.
6.) The team with the most points at the end will win.
Kids can also play individually, they will just have to keep track of their own point values.
You can also use this game without points. Follow the same steps as
above. When you click on the answer, only an answer will
This game goes along with Virginia 6th grade Math SOL 6.14
6.14 The student, given a problem situation, will
a) construct circle graphs;
b) draw conclusions and make predictions, using circle graphs; and
c) compare and contrast graphs that present information from the
same data set.