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Ready to move beyond tired Jeopardy slides? Try a few rounds of the Flyswatter Game, a no-fail way to keep teens active and excited about test prep. Six Easy Steps: 1. Create a list of review quest…
Jessica Moore saved to Teach
Time filler games are a necessity in the classroom! Don’t you hate those awkward few minutes between activities we all have with our students? You know, when everyone’s packed up and just waiting for the bell to ring, or when there are only four minutes before lunch, or the lesson you planned went much more...
Vicky Barch saved to Teaching Ideas
A list of 20 fun and easy waiting games for kids that you can play anywhere without screens. Stretch your brains while in line, on trips or in restaurants.
The best and most fun pen and paper games to cure the boredom blues. Solo, two player and three or more player pencil and paper games for kids and adults!
Anjali Bakshi saved to General
Try these fun brain break ideas to help active kids stay focused and learn at their best like yoga, Go Noodle, and printable cards.
Susan Caton saved to Teaching
Pass the Clap - A Fun Game! This is a game with many benefits in the classroom, and plenty of giggles, too!
Primary Planet saved to School
A selection of fun team building activities for the classroom for teachers to use. If you have been on Think About Such Things you have probably seen my other team building posts. Even though I
Antonio Cobb saved to Shoreline curriculum
Active Students? Try Scoot! The game, Scoot, can be played a number of ways for a variety of reasons. Here are the basics of the game, and a few suggestions!
MrsHolliCartwright saved to Teacher Stuff
Classroom Management Game - Apple-y Ever After
Stories by Storie saved to Classroom Management