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Are you looking for some games that you can use whole group to review important content with your class before a test? Check out these 5 engaging games for reviewing!

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Are you looking for some games that you can use whole group to review important content with your class before a test? Check out these 5 engaging games for reviewing!

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12 Super Creative Curriculum Review Games and Ideas. Tired of flash cards and printed study packets? Us too! That's why we love these 12 creative curriculum review ideas. Your students will dig them, too!

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There’s hardly any avoiding test prep this time of year. Or, if you don’t have tests to take, you likely want to do some sort of end-of-year review before you send your babes off to the next grade. Sometimes that can be fun, but often that review takes the form of state-provided workbooks or backlin

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Tic Tac Booyah is a fun and engaging review game!

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Turn math review into engaging math fun with this step by step guide for playing math football. Includes FREE downloads for game play.

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Check out these 5 No-Prep Reviews Games for any classroom or any subject! Click to see what no-prep review games you can add to your teacher toolbox!

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UPDATE: Check out my new Interactive version of this game! Today I am writing about my absolute favorite (and my students’ favorite) review game: Attack! Let me start by listing the reasons I love this game: It requires NO PREP It requires NO MATERIALS (other than a chalkboard/whiteboard) It can be used inRead more about A Review Game That Students Love – ATTACK![...]

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I'm sharing my favorite review game. This game is perfect for upper elementary students but can be adapted for younger or older students. Honestly, the idea for this game came to me while watching Deal

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