The FREE life-sized game that teaches High School Students about the financial demands of the real world. I did not go through the complete steps to setting up an account and password, but this looks like it could be interesting for our middle and high school students in a life skills setting. Try it at: http://www.finances101thegame.org/
Whether you're teaching middle school or high school math in a classroom or in a home school, consider adding hands-on activities to your math lesson plans. Math games are the perfect tool to use to work on math facts and show your student real world applications. We love math board games, math dice games, and math card games.
Teaching with A Mountain View has created a new project, The City of Shapes, that allows students to become a master in perimeter and area by building and designing many buildings and aspects in their city.
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - States of matter test - this should be followed by the bingo review game. It gives the students the opportunity to show their learning through definitions, depictions, and real world situations. See this website for the entire lesson plan http://betterlesson.com/lesson/42565/states-of-matter-review-and-assessment