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Offline azalea14

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Worksheet games for older (middle/high) students
« on: June 19, 2017, 01:18:17 PM »
I'm looking for worksheet group games/activities for my third grade middle school and high school students. For these classes, I'm required to prepare more "educational" games, so nothing like Pictionary, Bingo, Running Dictation, Cryptograms, and so on. I've done worksheet games like tic-tac-toe (answering the question in each square in order to claim it), answering questions and then using certain circled letters to spell out a phrase, and one where group members take turns answering questions on a worksheet taped on the wall while being timed. I know what kinds of questions to ask, I just need to format them into a fun game. The games are based on vocabulary, key expressions/short dialogues, or reading passages. Ideas?

Offline insulimted

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Re: Worksheet games for older (middle/high) students
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2017, 01:43:27 PM »
Look at what grammar points their text book is teaching then rack your brain and use your googling skills to find a real life example. For example students learned to combine two sentence into one using 'that' so I taught them "This is the house that Jack built". And after they learned "to" infinitives I found a song that used many "to" infinitives.