I developed this game based on vocabulary words used at the beginning of a Pythagorean Theorem Unit. I began the unit with students researching each word and completing a Frayer Model. The vocabulary list and Frayer model template are included at the beginning of the game. You can connect your computer to an LCD or Smartboard and show the vocabulary list and Frayer Model template for students to complete. Then students can play the game to become familiar with all the words. Directions are included for team and individual play. Each game card contains the vocabulary word and 3 clues to draw. The clues begin with the least specific to most specific thing to draw. The vocabulary words included: Pythagorean Theorem, Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem, Pythagorean triple, angle of pursuit, right triangle, hypotenuse, legs of triangle, area of triangle, area of quadrilateral, polygon, perimeter, vector, square root, perfect square, and radical sign. My students enjoyed playing the game and were really familiar with the vocabulary during the remainder of the unit.