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- Time Attack is a PowerPoint based action packed, digital math game that will have your kids excited about learning and working as a team to race the clock to clear progressively harder stages with fellow classmates! With multiple game modes including solo time attack and team mode this can be played$20.50$41.00Save $20.50
Time Attack is a PowerPoint based action packed, digital math game that will have your kids excited about learning and working as a team to race the clock to clear progressively harder stages with fellow classmates! With multiple game modes including solo time attack and team mode this can be played as an individual or as large teams splitting your classroom.
✅ (click to advance and auto play) for missing addend and subtrahend under 100.
Children can practice math skills with digital timed flash cards in or be the last child/team standing to win in. The kids in my classroom are always engaged and excited for playing this game. They often end up playing solo mode just for practice for the next team match.
This team work style game flexes children's most important muscle, the brain.
⭐ Digital Math Game Time Attack FREEBIE Addition Play On Any Device! This includes addition in which all questions are plus 1 or plus 2 so you can try it out before buying other versions.
Multiple ways to play:
✅Solo Mode: This quick paced multiple choice game can be used on any number of devices supporting power point. Be it a phone, tablet, computer, digital white board, etc. In this game, a solo player will race through the questions growing and enforcing mental math skills in order to answer questions correctly before time runs out.
✅Two Player Mode: Similar to solo mode but utilizing a split screen format this challenges two players to race the clock solving math problems while advancing past rounds where the time to answer is shortened.
✅Team Mode: This is where we crank the fun factor to ten!
Open one of the "Team Mode" versions. There is a Manual or (I would suggest Manual for your first time while students learn the flow of the game.) Auto play is great once students can play independently and you can use this free time (approximately 15 minutes) for lesson prep.
➤Have your students form two single file lines. ➤The first player in each line starts the game.
➤Both players will be faced with a math problem and a set time to answer.
➤Both players then place their hand on, point to or say their answer (if the play screen can’t be touched).
➤If both players get their question correct in the allotted time they stay in. If they selected the wrong answer or ran out of time, they are out (for now).
➤When a player is out, they sit on the their team's side to cheer for teammates.
To keep kids on their toes and increase the fun factor, a player may face the following slides:
: If a player gets this slide then they must rotate to the back if the line (eliminating a situation where one stronger student stays in too long and other kids don’t get to play)
On this slide the student is able to choose a player from their team to return to the playing field.
: The players will swap teams and rotate to the back of the line.
As the game goes on, the teams will clear stages and the time to answer will be shortened by 1 second each round.
The last team standing or the team with the most players remaining wins!
Manual mode is set to click to advance on all slides in order to allow the teacher to easily give all students a chance to answer allowing more practice options.
Full auto mode has been preset to a timing that works for my students but you also have the option to adjust timing between slides via the transition tab if you find your students need more time to answer
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