Review Games

Ways to review for STAAR using iPads

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Kahoot!

Kahoot is a web based game style assessment tool that allows students to take a quiz, answer a discussion question, or take a survey.

Let's play Kahoot!

Create your own Kahoot by going here.

Quiz- series of questions with right and wrong answers
Discussion- one opinion question with multiple choice answers used to facilitate discussion
Survey- series of opinion questions used to facilitate discussion

Logic Branching (Football)

You can use Google Forms to give students a "quiz" where they must get the correct answer to move on.

We chose to do this using a football field. Every correct answer is a 10 yard gain. An incorrect answer is no gain. The first student to get all 10 questions correct will score a touchdown!

Let's Play Football!

Bingo Baker

Let's play Bingo!

Bingo Baker directions- use these to create your own

QR Code Sorting

Directions: Students will sort the cards into categories, events, etc. They will then turn the cards over and use a QR scanner to check their work.

Sorting Chart Template- make sure you download this from Google Drive so that you can edit it for your lesson

Sorting Categories Template- make sure you download this from Google Drive so that you can edit it for your lesson

Directions for printing QR codes on Avery labels (this would also work to print multiple labels on plain paper for you to cut and paste if labels are not an option).

QR Code Ordering

Directions: Students will order the cards based on instruction given by their teacher. After ordering, students will turn the cards over and check their work. Tip: If students get to one out of order, have them try to order again instead of just getting the QR answers.

Ordering Cards Template- make sure you download this from Google Drive so that you can edit it for your lesson

Ordered QR codes (ordered from 1-5, you will have to make your own if you go beyond 5)

QR Code Matching

Directions: Teacher will type in the matching terms or problems then print the cards. Teacher will cut around the cards and cut through the middle of the QR code. Students will find their match and will have to put the QR code together and scan it to check their answer.

Matching Cards Template- make sure you download this from Google Drive so that you can edit it for your lesson

QR Code Scavenger Hunt

Directions: Students will scan the first QR code. They will find the answer and move to the corresponding question. They will then scan the second QR code and move to that answer, and so on. They are finished when they have reached the end of the hunt.

Treasure Hunt Generator website - enter your questions and answers in the given form and this website will generate your scavenger hunt for you! Or use the QR codes generated to create your own.

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