This product is inspired by the Kagan Structure Quiz-Quiz Trade. I use this with my kindergartners and it has worked tremendously. My students each get a card. On the front of each card is a number 1-5 and circles of different colors to represent the hidden parts of that number. On the back of each card is the correct answer. For example, on one card there is a number 5 on the front with 2 purple circles and 3 yellow circles. On the back of the card there are 2 purple circles and 3 yellow circles but it has 2 and 3 written on top.After my students each have a card they walk around the room with their hand up while I play some music. When I stop the music my students know to clap hands (or become glued) to the closest student. Once everyone has a partner I have my students sit where ever they are. They then greet each other and decide who will ask their question first. The first person reads their question. " What are the hidden parts of ___?" The partner answers the question. They turn the card over and check their answer. If their partner gets it right they will praise the student. If the other student is having trouble the student will coach him. "how many purple do you see? How many yellow?" Then the next student asks their question. Once both students have read their question and answered they switch cards and thank them for working with them and say goodbye. Then once I see everyone has finished or almost finished I turn the music back on and they stand up with their hand up waiting to pair up with their next partner. I love this structure because it teaches social skills, and the content! The students end up seeing the cards multiple times and it really helps them learn the material. Not to mention they are getting to talk and move around. This is also great so that everyone is held accountable for knowing the material and at least trying.