This game could be used for any subject area. For this game you would need 20 terms or ideas that you would want students to know, and 20 questions prompting students for one of the 20 terms or ideas.
As you read the statement or questions, students facing face to face will be looking on their star paper for the correct term/idea and point to it. The student who points to the term/idea first, and correctly, gets to shade in their star with a crayon (or a portion of the star - if you are playing multiple games), as a means for keeping points. Play will continue until all questions (or terms/ideas) are called.
I use this game for review after teaching a unit or series of questions. I have used this in many different classes where terms/idea and definitions are needed for learning.
This game can be played in trios, however duos seem to work best.
With the PowerPoint, you will receive the instructions as well as a blank star paper to be used for writing in the terms/ideas (that would change with each new unit). Many times I make one star paper with terms/ideas for students and then copy it, rather than having students create their own, as placement of terms on stars can be the same on every players paper.