A fun review game spin-off of “Deal or No Deal.” Fully editable for any set of questions or prizes you wish to use, and completely digital – no printing or assembly required.
This engaging review game works a lot like “Deal or No Deal” – student teams choose a suitcase to set aside, then continue revealing prizes within the remaining suitcases until the only prize left is inside their own case. The process of elimination is one of excitement and suspense; your students will cheer when small prizes are eliminated (meaning that their own suitcase is more likely to have a large prize inside!), and they will groan when any large prizes are eliminated.
The “review” portion of this game occurs when students must answer a question before being allowed to either reveal the prize in a suitcase OR blindly switch the case (unopened!) with the case they reserved. If students answer a question incorrectly, they may not reveal the prize inside the case, nor may they switch it with their own. Play moves on to the next team.
If you have a classroom economy, this game is a perfect way to hand out a few extra bonuses. You can also award non-tangible prizes, such as free time or extra recess. Ideas for prizes are included.
Included with this resource are:
- Full directions, rules, and tips for playing (PDF format)
- Prizes Planning Sheet (PDF)
- Secret Suitcase Review Game (Microsoft PowerPoint)