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5-Minute Diagrams
This review game is quick, non-threatening and fun. Best of all is that it doesn’t require any preparation or grading! Read about this technique that works for almost any grade or subject matter.
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Computerized Flashcards
Here's a great tip for making custom flash cards in a pinch! See how Mr. Brenner does it and if his tip can work for you!
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Concentration
Ms. Langenderfer put her own twist on the classic Concentration game. Students compete as teams while reviewing the entire year’s lessons, but in this game everybody wins.
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Everyone's a Critic
When Ms. Pergande shows instructional videos to her class, she uses a unique strategy to encourage attentive listening. Read more about how she organizes the game, rewards students for playing, and get everyone to be a film critic.
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Guess What We Did at School This Week
With this weekly activity, Ms. Kohl’s students practice their recall and summarization skills. The result is student-authored bulletin for parents.
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Math Songs
This high school math teacher came up with a fun way for students to remember how to handle integer operations.Read about this tip and how it could be music to your ears.
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Message of the Day
Ms. Crtcher connects her computerto my large TV screen. Find out how she uses it to help her students keep track of their responsibilities, upcoming events, and inspirational messages.
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Mnemonics for Memory
This educator shares a few fun mnemonics to help your students remember the important stuff.
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Numbers Bee
You’ve heard of the Spelling Bee, but Mr. Saborio’s class plays a game called Numbers Bee. Use this game to teach young students basic number recognition and older students place value, fractions and decimals.
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Prove It!
Prove It is a reading game Ms. Quale-Birk plays with her students and she advocates for parents to play at home, too. But it's more than a game. Read more about her tip, here.
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