By choosing games that focus on the questions themselves while spending minimal time on the "game" part, we can add some fun into our test prep without sacrificing the review.
Planning and Assessment
The First Grade Parade: Sight Word Mastery & Intervention
1st Grade Reading
Editable File Folder Game - With this game you can edit the squares around the board, and the question cards. This is a great way to review any subject that needs a little jazzing up.
ABA Program Materials & Activities
The Chorister's Corner: COLOR TOSS (Great and simple review game - would be fun to change things up a bit in Nursery, too. She includes a list of songs to go with the rainbow colors. Maybe St. Patrick's day??)
Singing a Song is Fun To Do
I Have Who Has... Place Value. Love this game! I've been in a bind and needed a time filler activity while subbing and I've pulled used this in different variations and it's always a hit! Love it!
Math Ideas for the Classroom
Add your own questions...makes for a fun review game for any subject!!
call out one of these sight words and have the student park the car in the correct spot... this would have been perfect for my first graders!
Free Printable I Have, Who Has? Template Game Cards - Learning Games for Kids
This site lets you create Jeopardy games. Could be fun on the smart board for school parties also.
FREE Holiday Rounding Bingo. Couldn't get to the actual site, but these would be easy to make.