Students love to compete with one another, and they love it even more when there is a winner at the end. That is why I created this review game. This is a review game that can be edited to work in any classroom!
What is included:
- Game board (print out and place in a sheet protector or laminate)
What you will need:
- Game pieces (can be almost anything; I used legos)
- 6 sided die
- Dry erase markers
- Notecards with questions and answers to content learned throughout the unit or year (see preparation section below)
- Write up questions with answers dealing with whichever two categories your game board is labeled with. For my example, I used SOL part 1 (from the first half of the school year) questions and Greece/Rome questions.
- Print out the questions/answers on card stock.
- On the back of each square of question/answer, write the category that question belongs to.
- Laminate (optional) and cut out each question/answer combination. These will become the question cards.
- Students will take turns rolling the die. After a student rolls, another student in the game will pick up the question card from the appropriate pile and read the question to whoever's turn it is. If the student gets the answer correct, they get a point. If they get it wrong, it is the next student's turn. This game can be played with up to 4 players at a time.