The math centers game includes a total of 12 problems for 6 different centers which include:
1- writing equations passing a point and parallel/perpendicular to another equation;
2- graphing linear equations and inequalities;
3- finding domain and range of a relation and determining if it is a function;
4- writing a linear equation and/or inequality from a graph;
5- finding slope and y-intercept from a graph/equation.
The objective of the game is to review topics that will be tested in a Unit test. The game works out so that the class is divided into 5 or 6 tables with 3 or 4 students working as a group.
Students sit with their group while the music is playing and they solve math problems. When the music stops, after 2-3 minutes, they move to the next table in a clockwise rotation and begin solving a new set of problems.
Your students will love this game, moving around the room and a little healthy competition is always welcome!