This is a great review game to use for students of any age for any type of Math class! Their is so much you can add to this activity I really like it! My group didn't need the structure and were okay with three-to-five-way swaps of cards.

Some of the questions were tough, but they really worked well together! Nice post and keep up the good work! Once they complete the problem, they find the word next to the correct answer and put it in their mad lib story. Students are paired or in a trio and move from problem to problem solving it, identifying the solution in the room, charge and then working that problem.

Student would switch problems with their partner, work the new problem, check, and get their original question back. They each work on individual whiteboards, but talk together while working. Am I correct in this interpretation of the game. They know whether they have the answer right or wrong because they have a partner who can confirm the answer and the also have a student telling the whole class what the answer should be.

Speed Dating is a review game in which students are paired and face each other. **He told his students that I would be included in the speed dating round and who is able to explain the game.** Since the goal of speed dating is to be quick and fun, it can be tricky to have a time limit. Hi Kate - just letting you know that I'm pretty much forcing every math teacher I come in contact with to read your blog, particularly this post. Math review games can breathe life into your classroom, especially in the dreaded spring semester.

Three minutes left in class, dating tampa quickly get challenge going. We talk about how they have to use a variable because everyone picked a different number. We were answering get-to-know-you questions and initial ideas about the topic. Scavenger hunts are my favorite.

## Maths Speed Dating

- If you are breaking the class into two distinct groups, you need half as many problems as students, but two copies.
- Obviously this is a taught and practiced routine.
- At the end, they unscramble the special letters for a secret word.
- Here is a link to a post with a better explanation.

The date could be the one that came up with the question so that they would be able to administer help in a timely fashion since this is timed. These are not limited to testing and as mentioned as feedback in the reader survey, hopefully a few tricks to get students engaged to add to your toolbox. We enjoy two twists on Jeopardy style games called Star Wars and a vocab-based game called Password. And for the faster problems, I often use Kahoot! Hi Kate, I used this activity with success today - first day of spring-term calculus at my university.

- Students will eventually catch on that it is a loop, so you have to keep an eye out for that.
- Second, they are working with a new partner for each problem.
- As the students finished their final practice quizzes on the computer, Trevor started passing out the papers for speed dating and of course he hands one to me.
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- The question creation idea that Nick proposed could be a great expansion to this cool activity!
- Yes, they easily solved this, in seconds.

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Movement in the classroom, we know its a good thing, yet sometimes it is difficult to manage. She does it a bit differently, where each student is an expert on a certain problem and then explains it to others. Here are some rational expressions cards to try out.

## 3 Math Review Games to Get Students Moving - Maneuvering the Middle

Maybe the worksheet could have some pre written questions and some blank spaces for students to create their own questions too. Scavenger hunts are my go to activity for a unit review. Thank you Trevor for using this game the day I came in and observed! Keep the good ideas coming! Anything to keep students working, learning, registration and having fun!

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Time goes off, one row of students switch. Students are finished when they return to their original problem. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! One question that I would have for this is if having questions previously made would be good or if students could come up with their own to have others answer. Most students enjoy getting out of their seats and doing their work in another part of the class, whether that be with a group or individually.

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## What is Speed Dating

This game also allows immediate feedback on the students work. Also, there is for sure noise and conversation taking place, so you have to be okay with those two factors. Since each partner is an expert at their own problem, students should be able to help each other if needed. To prepare, you will need cards or slips of paper with problems on one side and the answers on the other. Wait, laws on minors dating adults maybe that was in my dreams.

Occasionally I will have an odd number, then I just put three people at one table. This year I knew I had to change that. It looks a lot like The Family Feud. Students become experts at a specific problem and then switch partners and get a new problem to solve.

These types of games can be fun for all subjects and we use them for a fun way to review before an assessment. After this, moving to literal equations was a breeze! In seconds, the entire class had the correct answer!

Then, I have them put their bookbags against the walls so everyone can move around the room more easily. Students really get into trying to figure out the correct order of all the cards. Next year I will give them more time with this. The routine of this activity has to be explicitly taught and practiced to keep things silent and moving.

It is the perfect sponge activity. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Students know their team, move to a line, and stand in line in silence. Speed Dating and Scavenger hunts are a big heck yes. If you intend to post a link to this blog on Twitter, be aware that for utterly mysterious reasons, Twitter thinks this blog is spam, and will prevent you from linking to it.

This is actually a terrific idea. The fire drill messed up your schedule, another perfect challenge opportunity. We also love Scavenger Hunts! And the students are to solve the problem and identify which answer goes to which problem?

Scavenger hunts are my go to math review activity. You have different problems and answers posted around the room? These three math review games will help with both aspects. The same people move all period. Students learning and working happily, teachers facilitating conversation, asking questions, and floating around the room.