"What are we doing today??" I love it when my students ask and I am able to say "A game!!" This match games gets the students working with a partner, talking about math and reviewing limits all at the same time.
To play, cut apart the four sets of questions cards. One false solution is provided per set to make the students think.
Put the students in pairs. If your class is large, provide duplicate sets of cards for each large group of 8 students. Give the students about 2 or 3 minutes for each set of cards, then rotate the cards so when they are finished, every group will have seen every set of cards. I do not let the students write on the cards, so I can use them year after year. Sometimes, depending on the class, I have them copy down the problems and solutions to keep as notes or keep to the students on track.
Before the cards rotate, you will need to check each group for accuracy. Carry the copy of the solutions with you and check each group before they rotate. I usually tell the pair they have 1 card correct or 3 cards correct, etc. To encourage the students think, do not tell the students which cards are correct. To make things easier, the teacher should tell the class as a whole when to rotate cards.
I hope your students enjoy this game as much as mine.