This interactive game was designed to help students practice and review metric units, read data tables and graphs, and analyze graphs. It is similar to tic, tac, toe with a larger board to include more questions and a longer review. Students select a square where they hope to place their marker. It links them to a question that they can answer. Once students have reported out their response to the question, they use a magnified glass to magically reveal the correct answer. Then they link back to the game board and mark their spot. Questions include ordering metric units, identifying units for different types of measurements, reading a triple beam balance and graduated cylinder, finding missing parts of a data table, reading a data table, identifying variables on the axes, making result statements from a graph, and drawing a conclusion by analyzing a graph. Kids love the interactiveness of the game and the magic revealing magnified glass! Enjoy!