Teach your students how to independently identify which thinking maps they need to use and why!!!
This fun Jeopardy-style game will give your students practice identifying the associated vocabulary, key words, questions, and thought processes to use with all 8 thinking maps!
***Please note that if you do not have POWERPOINT you CAN NOT use the file the way it was intended to be used.***
This can be done whole group or as a center with a small group. Rules are included in the game. Students will select from each category and earn 10, 15, 20, or 25 points. It will be up to you or the students to keep track of the points they have earned.
Once a question has been selected, it will fade away from the game board, even if the student has selected the wrong answer. Starting the game over will bring all of the selections back.
Thinking Maps Included:
Circle Maps (Brainstorming)
Bubble Maps (Describing)
Double Bubble Maps (Comaring and Contrasting)
Brace Maps (Part to Whole)
Tree Maps (Classifying)
Flow Maps (Sequence)
Multi-Flow Maps (Cause and Effect)
Bridge Maps (Seeing Analogies)
For extra fun, have students show their answers using the associated hand signals for each map!
Have fun learning and thinking!