Cajun word used to describe something awesome or something totally bad. Synonyms include "kyaw", "baw" and "poo" if it is said in a long drawn out high-pitched voice.
I had to mow the grass yesterday. Pooyie, it was hot.
Pooyie, that stuff is good!
1. Print pages on cardstock, then laminate.
2. Cut apart and place in zip lock bag until ready to use.
3. Shuffle the cards together and stack face down (print side down).
4. Separate students into even number of teams – 2/4/6/8
5. Ask team "A" a question about the chapter or section you are covering.
6. If the team answers the question correctly, flip over the first card and reveal it to the team. The team may stop and collect the points earned or continue answering questions and picking cards and accumulating points until they choose to stop or pick a "Poo" or "Yie" card.
7. If the team chooses to "stop" Then they get to keep all the points they earned this round.
8. If a "Poo" card is picked then the team forfeits all points for that turn (not all points for the game).
9. If a "Yie" cards is picked then the previous team gets all the points earned for that round.
10. Repeat steps 5-9 for the next team (if you run out of cards before you are through, reshuffle and continue playing.)
11. At the end of the game or when all teams have played an equal number of tries, the team with the most points wins.
WARNING: This game is super simple but loads of fun. Its gets very loud, noisy and very competitive very fast.
Have fun, we always did. It was always a GREAT review tool.