Keep science exciting with this fun Teacher vs. Student powerpoint game. In this game, students must determine whether an object is a solid, liquid, or gas. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There is a type-in scoreboard. The scoreboard can be typed in during Slideshow Mode.
Great for a guided math center or rainy day activity. Great for individual practice on the iPad! Extra licenses are $1.
✔ 20 Questions
✔ Answer are either Solid, Liquid, or Gas
✔ Type in Scoreboard during board
✔ Works great on Smartboard, Activboard, Whiteboard, and Promethean Boards
✔ Common Core aligned!
✔ 26 Slides
✔ Mac-iPad Verison coming soon!
Teacher vs. Student:
I play this quite often with my students. It will be the teacher against the students. Students will answer the questions. If they get it right, they win the points. If they get it wrong, the teacher gets the points. I usually do this for a reward, which makes them work even harder. Also, the students want to beat you!
✂ 9-2-2015 - Updated fonts
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*****IN ORDER FOR THE BUTTONS AND IMAGES TO SHOW UP, THE GAME MUST BE PLAYED IN SLIDESHOW MODE IN MICROSOFT POWERPOINT.
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