Student-Created Board Games: A Review Project with Rubric

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Rebecca Gettelman
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I used this to guide my instructions to students to build their end-of-year mystery board game. It was a success!
I used this as a review project for my Algebra 2 students. We had finished our unit test mid week prior to a school break and wanted to focus on review rather than new material. Very fun!


Great for cumulative review at the end of a term or review at the end of a standard unit, this project is a fun way for your students to get ready for exam time. On their own or in small groups, students will create review board games for themselves and their classmates. Versatile and effective, you will use this for many years to come!

This product includes:

  • Print and Go Directions for Students
  • Project Information Reference Sheet for Students
  • Group Member Contribution Comment Sheet
  • Rubric
  • Notes and Suggestions for the Teacher

All portions of this product are in PDF format.

This project is easily used for a wide variety of grade levels, subjects, and unit types and may be appropriate for a wider age and grade range than listed.

Once you have downloaded, looked over, and/or used this, please leave feedback! Thanks!

Rebecca Gettelman

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7 pages
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Rubric only
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