"Owlogy" is an ecosystem review game I created which focuses on how owls fit into their ecosystem. This game was created for a fourth grade curriculum but could be used in several grade levels.
Students roll their dice and move around the board. If they land on an owl, another student will read them a question from the deck about owls and ecosystems. If they answer correctly, they move ahead 2 spaces. If not, they remain where they are until their next turn. There are penalty spaces where students could lose a turn such as "Hard Winter", "Injured Wing", and "Stop to Care for Your Young". There are also spaces to help them move forward more quickly like, "Caught a Mouse". The students who gets to the finish, first wins the game.
I print my game boards out on my schools thermal poster maker, print the question cards on tag board, and then laminate everything. You would also need dice or a spinner which you probably already have.