Use this as a set of task cards or to play Hot Seat. Hot Seat has become a review game that my students love. I also holds each student accountable, no one can get away without participating. Once you do one trial run with your kids, they catch on. All you need is about 5-7 small white boards and markers. The directions are provided in the Preview and the downloaded version.
This gaming concept was inspired by another source a few years ago. However, I have attached the presentation I created and use in class to review rational numbers (fractions to decimals, decimals to fractions, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, word problems, and positive and negative rational numbers). As a PowerPoint, you can customize questions or formatting to your preference. Simply project the PowerPoint on your board, in Presentation mode, and project each question
This game takes me the entire 45 minute period, and I typically don't get through all of the questions.
★Directions for the teacher (with a diagram)
★20 questions, all with answers
★Student answer sheet
★Ability to add or change questions
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