Homeworkopoly is a fun way to encourage children to do their homework! Here are some basic instructions, but feel free to use your own judgment and change things around to suit your class needs.
Obviously, place value is an important skill in number manipulation, say, for counting money. These following games and exercises can help you reinforce place value skills in a fun way.
Try fishing with vocabulary words or dates in history. Add the ideas below for incorporating bulletin boards, and you may be ready to go with an ocean theme for your whole room.
Change a student’s “name” for the day, by making it the answer to a secret question… the question is displayed on an index card that is safety pinned to the student’s chest.
Students will increase their basic math fact knowledge and response time by playing a card game similar to “War.”
Being in charge of a project or preparing for a large assignment involves breaking down a large, abstract idea into definable and manageable pieces. Analyzing the processes involved in board games can help your students overcome feelings of helplessness when faced with large assignments.
T2T Contributor Mark E. Damon originally shared his “Who Wants to be a Winner” game with members of our T2T mailing list. Now, Mark has made available all of his entertaining creations so that you may download them now for use in your classroom. These PowerPoint™ presentations can be modified with your own questions to create an interactive review or test for your students.
Create a quick and easy game using index cards and some treats to share.