The most general use for this set is when you’re looking for students to answer questions. If students get something correct, they can spin the spinner to see how many spaces they get to move. Then, they can use the space markers to keep their place on the board.
- 8 different spinners
- 4 different game boards
- Several different color combinations for place markers
To make the spinners, I cut and laminate them, then put a brass fastener in the middle (don't attach too tightly). I attach a paper clip to the brass fastener, and the spinner is ready to use.
Ways to use these in the classroom:
- Students work in groups to complete multiple choice items, and they get to move if the get the answer correct
- Literature circles- I use them with game cards related to what they are reading. If they can generate a thoughtful answer, they get to move.
- Guided reading
- Test prep- Students are always more motivated when they get to play a game
- Multiple Choice Questions- Students can move spaces if they get answer correct
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