Use Jenga game pieces to help small groups review different types of figurative language (personification, alliteration, a metaphor, idiom, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, or a simile). Simply paint the ends of your Jenga pieces with the colors listed on the game board. Student #1 will decide on a certain game piece. If the game piece is pink, for example, the student will read the question from the pink section on the game board. All students in the group will solve the problem. If everyone in the group got the answer correct, student #1 then moves the pink game piece to the top of the tower. This promotes engagement and group collaboration! Each game board lists the directions at the bottom with the materials needed for that particular game.
This is a fun and engaging way to get every student involved while reviewing skills or studying for an exam. You could also have these set up as a center rotation. Have fun!