Answer questions at stations, then play Minute to Win It type games. Maybe modify to answer q's electronically, or answer in groups, then whole group MTWI game?
In the last post, 8 Ways to Help Students Prepare for Exams, I mentioned that…
Playing Jenga: Engaging Test Prep - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley
Going Deeper - Awesome science experiment! Rock testing & geology for kids -- perfect for summer science camps!
I use timers all the time in my classrooms for behavior monitoring and center management. Corkboard Connections: Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom has some great ones!
Learn how to make slime with our quick and easy liquid starch slime recipe. Make slime with liquid starch and Elmer& glue with this slime recipe.
baby shower game - guess the flavor of the baby food. Of all the baby shower games, this is the only one I can really see doing. Maybe because I actually kinda like baby food :)
I am going to do this for my students during AIMS Week! Candy gifts with messages for state testing week
Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Sports Theme Classroom
What Job Would You Have in The Harry Potter World? I got a professional quidditch player (not sure if I spelled that correctly)
This high-energy, low-tech game can be used in any subject area, with almost…