I am a self-professed PowerPoint game junkie! I love to use whole-class review activities to reinforce important topics before big exams and standardized tests.
In my 15+ years of experience, I’ve noticed that my students’ test scores improve dramatically when I “host” a PowerPoint review session (I like to think of my self as a female Bob Barker, lol).
Playing these kinds of games really captures their attention and gives them an opportunity to learn from each other, too.
I use PowerPoint game templates all of the time, but, which are my favorites?
Well, here are my top 5:
1. Classroom Feud
This customizable PowerPoint template plays like ”Family Feud!” It has seven rounds of normal gameplay and a “Fast Money” round at the end.
A unique PowerPoint template that plays just like the popular game, “Connect Four!” On top of reviewing the target content, “Connect4″ requires a bit of strategy to win! It’s my students’ favorite PowerPoint game.
3. Classroom Jeopardy
You’ve probably used a Jeopardy-style game at some point or another, but if you’re looking to upgrade to a new (read: better) model, you should check it out!
4. Wheel of Riches
This easy-to-use PowerPoint template plays like ”Wheel of Fortune!” It’s a fun way to review vocabulary on-the-fly.
Use this template to create a baseball style review game. I really like playing Baseball with my students because they all have to participate! Students can choose to “swing” for singles, doubles, triples, and home runs!
To see all of my PowerPoint game templates, click here -OR- go straight to my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
What PowerPoint games do you use to review in your classroom? Let us know in the comments below!