This is my favorite "game" to use in the classroom. The concept of the game is basic- a student answers a question correctly, the student shoots a crumpled up sheet of paper (the trashketball) into the class garbage can. I made the game more organized by creating an attractive Trashketball gameboard template. (Having a gameboard also helps when writing lesson plans). Trashketball incorporates physical activity (basketball)so is great on a rainy day or when you, as the teacher, want to impress an observer with an integrated lesson plan! I love using technology to make games, but this simple, "old-fashioned" classic is really fun for the kids. I use this acitivity about every other week or so to review my students before their weekly math test. Once this plan has been downloaded, the gameboard can be easily customized so that a teacher can use the activity to review any lesson or subject. Just change the questions in the Trashketball boxes and "voila!" you have a new review activity. This is also a great activity to leave for substitutes, and I included in the download detailed instructions for a substitute. The activity can last from 20- 40 minutes.