This interactive powerpoint game is a fun way to review multiplying polynomials
How to play:
I place my students in groups on 3-4 to play this game. To play, one student throws a koosh ball at the floating balloons (yes, they move!) to "pop" them. If you don't have a Smart Board they can use the mouse to click them. When a balloon is popped the presentation changes to its corresponding question slide. I have each student show their work and write their answer on a whiteboard for their group to earn points. However, I have included an answer sheet in case you would like to take this as a grade. When all teams have shown their answer, a student "pops" the group of balloons to reveal the answer and the process starts again.