About this resource:
This interactive activity gives students practice answering questions similar to those they will encounter on their next quiz or test. To begin the activity, pull the outer layer of the ball, and read the question aloud to your students. Ask students to raise their hands if they know the answer. Select a student who thinks they know and, if he/she answers correctly, throw the ball to him/her. Allow him/her to remove the second layer, read the question, and select another student to answer. Continue in this fashion until all of the questions have been asked and answered.
30 verbal expressions are covered in this onion ball game. Students must translated each verbal expression into an algebraic one. This game can be played aloud orally, or would be great with the use of personal whiteboards!
COMPLETE directions on how to construct your onion ball are included in the document. Pictures are provided as well.
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