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Four Corners

Flippity

Sticky Ball

Push The Pen

Trashketball

Wheel of Names

Snowball Fight

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  • Jeopardy Game
  • Bingo
  • Crossword Puzzle
  • and more

How can I use this?

Flippity

Flippity allows you to use a spreadsheet to create different class games. Copy the spreadsheet, type in your content, publish the spreadsheet, and use the link to play the game.

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Snowball Fight

Have students write test questions on a piece of paper and crumple it up. Give students 30 seconds to throw the “snowballs” at each other. At the end of the time, have each student pick up a “snowball” and answer the question written on it.

  • Review Game
  • Classroom Management

How can I use this?

Push the Pen

Students push the EXPO marker across the whiteboard tray to win points.

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Sticky Ball

Draw shapes on the board. Give each shape a point value. Students answer questions correctly and can throw the sticky ball at the shapes. If the ball sticks they receive the points for the shape.

2" Suction Cup Ball

3" Suction Cup Ball

Sticky Ball Targets

Make a copy of the digital sticky ball targets.

Wheel of Names

This is just a digital version of popsickle sticks. Use this to randomly select students.

Wheel of Names

Trashketball

Students complete a worksheet of review questions. Once they are finished, students give the worksheet to the teacher to check work. Once all the questions are correct, the student earns points by shooting their worksheet into a trash can. Add a 2 point and 3 point line to make it more interesting.

Four Corners

You have to have either multiple choice questions or true-false questions. Basically, you name each corner of your room A, B, C, and D (or two corners- true and false). You ask the question aloud (or put it on the projector). The students walk to the corner of the room they think the answer is. Make sure that they know that just because everyone else might be going to a specific corner, does not necessarily mean it is the right answer!