End of the Year: PowerPoint Review Game. This End of the School Year PowerPoint Activity is a fun way to have your students review many of the concepts they have learned throughout the school year.
But- you are able to go into each category and tailor the questions and topics based upon what your students have learned, so this is adaptable for any grade level! It also includes two "daily doubles" somewhere in the game!
It is easy to use in the classroom once you start the PowerPoint. Students pick the category and the money amount, and then the teacher clicks the money amount on the board. The question will come up. Once the student answers, you click the screen to reveal the correct answer. On the correct answer screen there is a home button on the bottom right that will return you to the game board. It will then keep track of which questions the students already answered by changing that one to a different color on the game board! This is a fun way to review what was learned throughout the whole year!
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