Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins. I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun. So, how do you play it? 1. Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y
Vocabulary Die: use as a game in the classroom to go over vocabulary words. The sides say: act it out, define it, synonym or antonym, draw it, use it in a sentence, and your choice. Great way for kids to get creative! #learning #spanish #kids
Bazinga - an awesome review game for most any subject and any grade. Students are in teams, I ask questions, and the students answers them. If a team is correct they have the chance to pick a Bazinga Card and we do what it says (e.g. double your score, erase 1 point from another team, switch the team captain of the winning team with the team captain of the losing team, etc.).
Vocabulary retention can be difficult for many students, but these fun games cater to multiple learning styles for long-lasting language learning. Get kids up and moving with these vocab games that work for ANY word list.
Emotions game- the kids loved these more than I thought they would! We did a whole lesson where we mimiced the emotion and where we talked about what caused the emotion. Afterwards I put them out for free choice with mirrors and a dry erase board and the students played with them for a LONG time! success!