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Thankyou again! posted by
I play a simple version of Jeopardy. I used to play it with a computer and projector but my schools never seem to have working computers, so made 20 small cards with magnets. If they can answer the question I show them the back of the card and it usually has a point value or a crazy rule, for example "swap points with another team". I also found simple games to be much more effective. For example, I give each team a picture of a famous person and ask them to write as many sentences as they can about them. Thanks for the great ideas! I love the "look around you game!"
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Another game we often play is the telephone game, but with a twist. The last row of students has to turn around and face the back. I then write the name of an animal on the board. Each row of students has to draw a different body part. For example, the first student draws the legs of a cat, then the next draws a face. The back student then has to guess what the animals is. Can often be very funny!