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Title: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Gillod on December 14, 2009, 09:15:12 pm
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MOD: A one stop spot for game templates.

This is a place for all members to post their games to share with the community.  I would encourage members who have posted game templates previously, to move them here so they can gain the views and downloads they deserve without being dropped down the list due to new threads.

Put one game and related attachments per post.  In that post, please put a description including, how many questions, some of the basic rules, any other special materials or instructions as needed
.

All thank yous and comments will be split off into this thread  (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,6859.0.html) periodically

I'm not sure who passed along this idea to me, but it's been a complete success in my 4,5,6 classes. It's a lot like th bomb game- Make a grid, hyperlink it, questions etc etc.

But the twist is in that you start every team with 4 hearts. A correct answer nets you one of 3 icons: A bomb (Lose a heart), a Heart (Gain a heart) or a Laser (Pick another team to lose a heart). They LOVE that there's some interactivity and something video game-y about it. I've uploaded a template I've been using the last month or so, I also have a winter/Christmas themed one I'll upload tomorrow.
Title: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: poo14 on June 29, 2010, 10:03:06 am
Typhoon is mainly a review game that I heard about from other teachers.  There's a grid of questions where a student from a group picks a square to which there will be a question to answer and a corresponding point awarded if correct.  However under some of the squares there could be the word "TYPHOON" which allows a team to choose another team to lose all their points.   

To be honest I haven't even played this game yet but I know my students will probably like this as they liked a similar game that was found on www.eatyourkimchi.c om called "Kaboom!"

I decided to make my own ppt template and it took quite a while to figure out the animations!  If you want to change the # of Typhoons, point denominations etc, you can move the Typhoon icons around and write in the text box under them.  Be careful when moving stuff around as all of the Typhoon icons and individual square names (A1, A2) are to be together at all times or else the animations will get out of order! 

Oh right now the Typhoons are under: A3, B1, B5, C3, D1, and E1

Now to make up the corresponding questions!
Title: BRRRAP quiz w/ 50 cent
Post by: wajowens on September 12, 2010, 09:30:38 pm
silly adaptation of the bomb game, it's got the questions from my "I'm your new teacher" lesson but they're easiy changed. elementary kids go bananas for it, I taught them the fiddy finger point and made them all shout BRRRRRRAP whenever he popped up. Now they all go brrrrap at me in the corridor haha. They've never heard of him though so I just called him "the BRRRRAP man".
Title: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: zubair on September 15, 2010, 10:33:04 am
My co teacher gave me this.  This is the template. It's pretty cool!
Title: Re: Super Mario Game (DIFFERENT TO BOMB GAME)
Post by: sallyafc on September 16, 2010, 01:42:14 pm
whoops forgot to add it! here it is....
Title: Re: BRRRAP quiz w/ 50 cent
Post by: wajowens on September 28, 2010, 02:02:42 pm
Update; it now has fiddy, craiiiig daaaavid and alan partridge in it. and the questions are all general, it's a time filler for emergencies - essentially a funnier version of the typhoon game. i'm aiming it at 4th-6th grade.
change question 12 as it only applies to my class. (slide 22)
and fixed the broken 16 ^_^
Title: Conversation Spin the Wheel
Post by: sallyafc on October 04, 2010, 03:09:13 pm
to start the wheel click anywhere on the slide.

make the students say "1,2,3 stop" and then press any number to pause the wheel. They answer the question and then press the button next to number 1 (i dont know the name) to start the animation again.
Title: Re: Conversation Spin the Wheel
Post by: Baby Jazz on October 05, 2010, 07:33:19 am
Hiya,
This is a really kool powerpoint...
...however, i would like to change the wording in each of the slices...but cant seem to do so....
...my Powerpoint is all in Korean and therefore i am only ever able to do basic slides.
Can someone please give me instructions on how i can change the wording in the slices ...thanks :-)
Title: Re: Conversation Spin the Wheel
Post by: sallyafc on October 05, 2010, 07:45:50 am
hi, i think even if its in korean you can just click on the text box and change the words in english. Make sure you dont copy and paste but change the actual exsisitng textbox otherwise it wont work properly.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: sallyafc on October 06, 2010, 08:41:52 am
I changed the mario game so that the students have to pick letters rather than boxes. Please see the original game for a guide on how to play
Title: Wordshark PPT- Hangman Variation
Post by: melissah on October 12, 2010, 09:35:51 am
I'm not an artist - so thought I'd make a PPT to use for this idea I saw on Dave's ESL cafe.

http://www.eslcafe.com/idea/index.cgi?display:913568252-15258.txt
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: sallyafc on October 19, 2010, 01:18:06 pm
1st attatchment: Here is a racing car game I made, has lots of sound files.
2nd attatchment: here is an improved version, the hyperlinks were a bit funny on the old one..

This is a bomb style game with 25 questions.
It was posted as a template, but is already filled in with material related to 'giving directions'
Title: Re: Wordshark PPT- Hangman Variation
Post by: Paul on October 22, 2010, 08:38:08 am
Bingo Lemon Water.

I'll never ever put it in a lesson plan except for those grades in primary school still learning the alphabet. So pretty much 3rd graders. Doesn't stop me from having it on hand as an optional bit of fun though, such as when older students enter the class (as in the 2-3 mins before the lesson starts).

I've attached a spooky monster version that involves no hanging for Halloween for those interested.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: sallyafc on October 26, 2010, 02:48:13 pm
here you go
Title: Spongebob Squarepants Game
Post by: cad123 on November 02, 2010, 03:50:42 pm
Here is a spongebob game template I made just for the fun of it. It is my first time to make a game so it may have some glitches please let me know if it does. When you click on the stars you must click on the lower right longest arm or it will take you to a different slide. Also, in the bonus round if you click on SPONGEBOB it will take you to the closing sequence, or you can choose to skip the bonus round and just click on the end. Feel free to change it as you wish.
Title: Re: Spongebob Squarepants Game
Post by: cad123 on November 03, 2010, 03:48:26 pm
Yeah sorry about that, here it is. Not the greatest but I hope it helps.
Title: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: sallyafc on November 15, 2010, 01:41:23 pm
each slide has a song on but it made the file too big so i have included the songs and you can quickly insert them, i put how to do it in the game
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: sallyafc on November 15, 2010, 01:47:56 pm
here are the songs, just download, go to the first part of the animation on each slide. right click, go on slound, select other sound, click on the song and then it will play.
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: JC49 on November 15, 2010, 02:02:11 pm
sally you deserve kudos. Thanks, ths will be great after exam time!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: jille86 on November 15, 2010, 02:57:01 pm
I only have the Korean version of ppt and I've spent about 15 mins trying to figure out how to insert sounds.
Can you either a) tell me how to switch the language to English or b) do you know what the words are in Korean for insert sound? ^^
Thank you!!
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: andrea_smith on November 16, 2010, 08:59:16 am
I love this! is there any way that you could send it to my email cos I can't seem to find the right click to add sound to the slides. I think I should be able to have it in its entirety: andy0017@gmail.com
Title: Whack the Mole PPT Game Template
Post by: JoshF on November 16, 2010, 09:20:53 am
This is a fun PPT game template that can be edited to fit your needs.
Fill in with your 21 questions. Kids love the sounds and animations of this game.
Based on the popular Whack-a-mole game.

(http://up-it.org/uploads/20101117114828ole1.jpg)

(http://up-it.org/uploads/20101117114851ole2.jpg)

Directions:
Before the game:
Fill in your 21 questions

During the game:
Click on a mole mound If the students get the answer correct, click the green check.
Then, click on the green check on the "right answer" slide to see the fun animation and sound.
If the students get the answer wrong, click on the red X. Then, click on the red x on the "wrong answer" slide to see the fun animation and sound.

Watch out for the hammer bonuses and mole traps!

Made for my elementary classes in ESL classes in Korea.
Title: Who Wants to be a Millionaire PPT GAME
Post by: JoshF on November 16, 2010, 09:35:30 am
There are already templates out there but I wanted to give it a shot. This is a striped down version where the students work their way up to the 100000 question. Use it in different ways, get creative.

Might have to find the sounds and re-link them, PPT doesn't embed longer sound links.

(http://up-it.org/uploads/20101117115114wtmam1.jpg)

(http://up-it.org/uploads/20101117115145wtbam2.jpg)
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: Janitor on November 16, 2010, 09:39:30 am
my version of power point says that I have to convert the files to .wav before I can use them, but no worries. As for adding the sounds you have to follow these steps:
1) Click on animations tab (4th from the left)
2) Click on custom animations (on the upper left side next to the preview icon. It will have a small icon that has a little blue arrow, a speaker,and a tiny clock.
3) This will bring up the custom animations sidebar. Right click the bottom animation for the points. It will say something with "oval callout"
4) This will bring up a divided menu and click "effect options" This will be located under the blue line below the option with the clock.
5) This will bring up a new box. The bottom half deals with sounds. Click the first option and scroll to the bottom. There you will see the option to add other sounds.


Again, you must convert the files to .wav before adding them.
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: sallyafc on November 16, 2010, 01:06:29 pm
here are some wav files
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: sallyafc on November 16, 2010, 01:19:08 pm
and some more
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: summerthyme on November 23, 2010, 01:38:34 pm
Here is a template for a Thanksgiving-themed game.  It's a quickie for the end of class - there's 14 questions and two "Big Brother" slides.  Just plug in your own questions and answers.

Click on the number to take you to the question page.  After click-through, the font color will change to that of the background color.

Click on the turkey in the bottom right to return to the question menu page.

Point values:

Leaves - 5, 10 or 15 points
Turkey - 20 points
Pie - Get 5 points from another team
Big Brother - Give 10 points to another team

As always, improvements and re-uploads are always welcome.
Title: Annoying Orange Bomb Game - IMPROVED VERSION
Post by: Amy Rodulfo on November 25, 2010, 10:12:13 pm
This is an improved version of the annoying orange template I uploaded previously. Sorry there were some mistakes in the other one, but this one should work well now. I fixed the animations, improved the sound quality and increased it to twenty questions.

This game is based on the youtube comedy series "Annoying Orange." Students compete in teams, gaining, losing and stealing points.
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: RufusW on November 30, 2010, 07:56:27 am
I've cleaned up the PPT a little.  The sound files are now embedded, but they are only snippets.

Please tell me if I've got anything wrong, I don't know K-POP very well. 

Also, great PPT once again sally.

Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: zubair on November 30, 2010, 08:04:11 am
Thanks rufus your ppt is awesome!!! Thanks for making it!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: RufusW on December 06, 2010, 09:14:19 pm
Here is a slightly cleaned up version of the game so it's nice and easy to fill in.

The simpson font should be embedded.  Please tell me if it hasn't worked.
Title: Christmas Game
Post by: teacherjenni on December 09, 2010, 12:18:31 pm
Hi all. I posted this in the mega template pack, but it was suggested to give it its own thread since the other is quite lengthy. Again, thanks to the original maker, I only made it into a template so it's easier to modify!

[click the boxes, not the santas]
Title: Spider-man adventure game.
Post by: cad123 on December 10, 2010, 11:36:46 am
Hello all here is a game I have been working on for a week or so. Hope you like it. It is similar to the Mario Adventure game but with spider-man. If you start the game on slide one it should progress automatically through a story line until you get to the quesion page.
There are two rounds, containing 35 questions. Most of the cool search and follow me sections are in the first round because we rarely play more than that in my school. The final battle should play automatically all the way after the hyperlink is clicked.
Please let me know if you have any issues. It is a large file, and i built it on PPT 2007 so I am sorry but some folks may have issues running it if they have an older system.

Please check the hyperlinks,and watch the whole thing before using and let me know if there are any issues.
Title: 'Simpsons' Jeopardy Template
Post by: summerthyme on December 21, 2010, 02:37:00 pm
A super-simple Simpsons Jeopardy template.

PPT has five categories, points ranging from 100 to 500 in each category.

Point amounts are text links; they will fade to the background color after clicking but leave a slight black outline.  You can get rid of this if you want by just un-stronging the text.

On the answer slide, click once for the answer, once to see how many points the question was worth.  Click the Simpsons' home to go back to the main board.

Changes and re-uploads are always encouraged! :D
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: CalvinandHobbes on January 05, 2011, 10:10:47 am
I really enjoyed playing this game with my class. They went nuts for it. A quick warning. I did this with high school students, so if you want to just change the pictures for Middle school, because some of the pictures are a little gross, but that's what my kids like.

How it worked: I first did the lesson of "survival tools". It's not difficult and actually a little boring (maybe you guys can make it more exciting some how), after that we started the Zombie adventure game. I divided the class into two groups (only had 8 students, so make groups of 4-6 I think). They have 1 minute to choose an answer. If they choose the right answer, they get 10 points. If they choose the wrong one -5points.

Enjoy guys. and please comment. Did this work for you? Would you change any thing? What would you do different? ;D

[mod edit:  merged and moved]
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: teacher_del on January 05, 2011, 01:53:41 pm
I can only convert one file at once.  Sorry for the double post this will turn into.  :)

Zombie 1 in PPT format:
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: teacher_del on January 05, 2011, 03:30:28 pm
Zombie 2
Title: Bomb game template (low - high) (variation)
Post by: more porko on February 17, 2011, 10:49:29 am
Please find attached a template with possibility of 27 questions of your choosing: round 1 and round 2.

It is a questions and answers template, with a space for you to put a picture in the middle.

When the student has the correct answer, click anywhere on the page and either points, or a bonus round will come up.

Bonus round is either a choice of 4 prizes OR a 50/50 bonus round.

Be sure to click on the WHITE NUMBERS on the bonus rounds to reveal the prizes.

The home icon in the bottom right will always bring you back to the home page.

There is also the option for a "celebration page" for the winning team. You could upload photos of the kids if you use this for a camp (I did, and they all hid their faces when they appeared on the screen).

Let me know if you need any help. Looks complicated, but just try playing it and you'll see how easy it is (though boring without any questions!)
Title: PPT Games
Post by: Eros on February 23, 2011, 02:47:04 pm
Hi, here are some games I made during winter vacation. (Had far too much time on my hands).

KPop Bomb Game:

Need to still add a few more songs but don't know when I'll get round to this so I'm just uploading what I have. Game is your typical bomb game. Will need to add questions to slides before animations [I've not always specified 'question' 'answer' but you should be able to figure out where to put questions in spite of this] (I hope).

Help:

Inspired by 1st person shooters. Click on bad guy to cue question. Irrespective of right or wrong answer bad guy will fall. But if ss get wrong, click on one of the health bars to deplete it. [Pirates of East Sea game credit. I took the Bam txt from there]. Once health is gone, click 'health' to cue game over screen. If successfully kill all bad guys, click to advance to the next level.

Cluedo:

I’ll upload my notes when making this to help you understand the bigger picture. Not sure how this game will be received but I went with it anyway. Basically, there’s a crime and students must work to solve it. The main bomb screen grid allows you to examine the crime scene, interview suspects etc. Piece together the evidence and when you feel there has been a sufficient investigation click to advance to the screen where ss can say who they think it is. Click on suspects here. Then advance to the next screen. [Credit took the buzzer from another ppt presentation on here and treasure chests from Pirates of the East Sea.]

Get Dressed:

Self explanatory this one. Expeliarmus means if 1 team has a wand, then the other team can use expeliarmus and expel it. Click on wand to make it disappear and text box reappear. Don’t click rapidly else computer seems to get confused.

Lucky Pot:

This game I saw on here a while back. Not my concept, all I did was make a cleaned up powerpoint version of it. Additionally a lot of material was taken from the pirates templates posted on here. Basically find chest get points, don’t find chest, points continue to accrue. E.g 5 points if find treasure. Team 1 does not so find. Next team 5 points is now 10, don’t find, 10 is now 15 pts. Team C finds = receive 15 points. Pot back to 5 points and so on and so on.
Title: Mario Game Counter/Template
Post by: kecharakittie on February 24, 2011, 08:23:15 pm
I'm so happy to finally contribute to this site. You guys are awesome and amazing and have given me so many great ideas. I'm happy to give back.

I made a Mario game on powerpoint with six characters and instructions on the first slide. Sound effects are included!  (spent hours on this thing) You can play this game with any lesson however way you want (rock, paper, scissors/answer questions/do the correct action/etc.) for your kids to be able to advance through the map.

Is there a way to copy this post in every unit? I'm going to post it in the first unit of each grade and the index for people, but I was wondering if there was an easy way to post it for every unit.


Game instructions:
Slide 3 - Click on the characters to have them move around the map. They will move to each castle (1-6) and then advance to Bowser’s cave in the middle to kick his rump and save Peach.
Slide 4 – Click the winning character to grant them a 1up.


Enjoy!!!
Title: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: foreverJ on March 02, 2011, 01:04:32 pm
Here's my version of the fantastic idea I found posted by someone else on Waygook ^_^
There are 2 slightly different versions of the song.
I hope they are both in perfect working order :)
Title: Re: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: sonohgong on March 03, 2011, 08:50:40 am
Awesome!!! Kids will love this! I personally like 2nd version~ =)
Title: Re: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: eveliens on March 03, 2011, 08:58:40 am
This is great. Mostly because I know the older kids are going to go "Teacher! Music NO!"  :P The younger kids will get a kick out of it. Thanks.
Title: Re: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: cassie on March 03, 2011, 09:08:19 am
This is great! Is the chicken supposed to be dancing in the animation on the second ppt? It doesn't move when I open it. Any ideas on how to fix?
Title: Re: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: foreverJ on March 03, 2011, 09:22:21 am
yay!
@ Cassie
both PPTs: all chickens are supposed to be dancing! It's an animated gif, and is supposed to work automatically when in slideshow mode (F5) I'm using MS Office 2007, and all seems to be good! hope it works out for you :)
Title: Re: Pass the chicken Template
Post by: teacher_del on March 03, 2011, 01:45:54 pm
Very cute!  Now I need to buy a rubber chicken and hope my kids don't rip the feet off.   :P
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: eirrehs on March 08, 2011, 11:26:52 am
Hey guys please help :(

I added my questions to the bomb game but it isn't working. I typed out new text for each slide and moved it to the back. But when I try to play the game my questions don't show.

Does anyone know what i'm doing wrong??

Title: please help
Post by: eirrehs on March 08, 2011, 12:02:21 pm
guys im having trouble using the girls generation bomb game. if anyone is familiar with this game could ya help me out??

i added a text box with my question and moved it to the back as the instructions stated but when i try to play the game the questions don't appear.

any advice would be much appreciated *^^*
Title: Re: please help
Post by: terrateacher on March 08, 2011, 12:05:08 pm
Try looking at the setup of the custom animations - my guess is that it is not set to have the questions apear. 
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: eirrehs on March 08, 2011, 12:35:05 pm
terrateacher thanks for the advice. ^^ Unfortunately I'm not very good with Powerpoint especially cuz my work computer is all in Korean. :( I have no idea how to find the setup of custom animations. I was hoping the Girls Generation Bomb Game template would be easier to use....
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: Ectofuego on March 08, 2011, 12:36:53 pm
go to
www.isohunt.com
and download an english version of office
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: Darkeru on March 08, 2011, 12:47:57 pm
Attached a working version with question boxes and answer boxes. The questions are pretty specific to my lesson and the textbox used isn't suited to the layout (I copied it from the Mario game). It works though. All textboxes have been moved to the back layer.
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: frappps on March 08, 2011, 01:34:16 pm
Very nice job Rufus and Sally!

I want the music to play with the appropriate picture and I'm no K-pop expert, so correct me if I'm wrong:

Slides 7, 11 & 23 = Miss A
Slides 4, 10, 14, 17, 19, & 21 = BEAST
Slides 5, 6, 8 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20 & 22 = Girl's Generation

The songs that were provided are:
Girl's Generation- Oh!
6dfbfa9f16f5672c59b 366ff484b8494 - not sure who or what
BEAST- Shock
CN Blue- I'm a loner
Girl's Generation- My Life
Miss A - Bad Girl, Good Girl
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: terrateacher on March 08, 2011, 01:50:12 pm
eirrehs which version of PPT are you using?  I have a Korean version but, 2003.  If your using the same version it's the 7th drop down menu in the tool bar the one that has (D) in it.  Then choose the option that has (M) on my version it has a little picture a arrow, bell, and clock I think.  When you click on it it should bring up a new menu on the right hand side of your computer - that shows the animation. 

If there is no number by the box with the answers you added you'll have to add it (click on the  icon with the star) if it does have a number it indicates in what order the animations are so you may have to move it in the list.

Hope that helps - I'm no computer expert but, hopefully it makes sense-ish.
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: eirrehs on March 08, 2011, 02:34:22 pm
terrateacher ur so awesome!!! if ur in busan ill take u out for dinner!!! if ur not and u visit here i'll take u out for dinner!! :)

im using 2007 powerpoint but i still found the animation section and changed the order with ur help!! it works!!!

i do however have a new problem. the points image automatically shows up after the question. i prefer to click to see it. that way if the students can't answer the question i can go back and another student can have a chance later.

would you happen to be able to explain how to do that as well?? :-[
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: eirrehs on March 08, 2011, 02:38:46 pm
terrateacher i just figured out how to do it!!!!! OMG its so satisfying!!!!! hehe seriously though i feel like i owe ya big time. PM me if ur in my hood!! dinner is on me
Title: Re: Girls Generation Bomb Game Template
Post by: terrateacher on March 08, 2011, 02:49:08 pm
Awesome I'm glad it helped.

Probably one of 2 things.
Option 1- the point image has the same number as the box with the questions in it in the custom animation list.  If this is the case click on the icon with the star (it means something like new animation) when you are highlighting the points box and make sure it shows up in the list after the animation for answers has come up.  You should be able to just drag the items in the list around to get it in the order you want.

Option 2 - the points is set to come up based on time rather than clicking (it will probably have picture of a clock next to it if this is the case).  If this is the case highlight the points image in the list of animations and there should be a couple of drop down boxes - look for the drop down list that has a picture of a clock and a picture of a mouse (computer not animal) and change it to the mouse. 

Hope this post is as helpful :)
Title: The Simpsons Tic Tac Toe Game (Template)
Post by: derbear86 on March 21, 2011, 01:52:45 pm
This is a short nine question game I made in order to quickly check if my students have effectively absorbed new concepts and ideas. It is quick and can be reused for a second or third round if necessary. Please let me know if you find any mistakes or just simply want to leave a comment. 

Cheers,

Derbear
Title: Help needed - Megaman bomb game!!!
Post by: youlovetonyt on March 23, 2011, 08:01:48 am
I can't for the life of me figure out how to remove the little jingle sound from this PPT.

Can someone help me out? I guess this can also serve as a preview of my Megaman/Rockman bomb game I've been working on.

And yes, I pretty much just edited the sh*t out of the Girl's Generation template.
Title: Re: Help needed - Megaman bomb game!!!
Post by: landry on March 24, 2011, 08:48:19 am
Looks great, here you go!

The sound was set as a slide transition sound FYI.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: Coop88 on March 24, 2011, 12:49:26 pm
This is a PPT that I used for a game in an after school class. As teams answered questions correctly their racer would move one space around the track. Pretty simple, but I think it can be used in a lot of different ways. Enjoy
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: Coop88 on March 24, 2011, 01:38:08 pm
I've added two more racers in this one. go wild
Title: STAR WARS - English Adventure Game
Post by: landry on April 05, 2011, 08:14:13 am
Hey everyone!

Here is my "Star Wars" themed English Adventure Game.

It should be pretty self explanatory, basically it is a glorified bomb game.

The first screen is just a black view of space so that you can have it up on the board, once you click forward from there it will run on its own unless it prompts you to click (other than one or two slides which should be pretty obvious). You may need to speed up or slow down the scrolling text at the beginning, based on the reading level of your students.

The best way to get a feel for it is to run through it in presentation mode and follow the prompts.

Basically you just have to divide the class into teams which are a multiple of 6 (2, 3 or 6 teams) to make it fair. I keep score on the white board and make each planet a "round". This gets them excited as you can just add another round after they think it is over.

You can do the planets in any order but make sure you do the "Death Star" last. I like to do Tattoine, Dagobah, Hoth, then the Death Star since Hoth has a bonus round built in.

To decide who gets to choose the door first on the last level I get them to do Rock, Paper, Scissors, or to vote as a class.

If you guys have any other questions or comments please let me know, and be easy on me, this is my first attempt at something like this.

Cheers!!

P.S. It is a really big file since it has a video clip at the end. The files are too large to upload to waygook so here are the links to download:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=63UGDPLI pptx (2007 and above)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2N8Z4K7N ppt (2003 and below)


Enjoy!  :D :D :D
Title: Re: STAR WARS - English Adventure Game
Post by: landry on April 05, 2011, 11:31:32 am
Okay - here I have uploaded a space lesson that was from waygook, along with a link to the Star Wars game in pptx with the answers filled in. This is the exact file I sent 2 of my friends with ppt 2007 and it worked (sounds included)... please let me know how you guys go with it!

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WOW755JM

http://rapidshare.com/files/455947720/Star_Wars_Game_-_Space_Lesson.zip

Title: Re: STAR WARS - English Adventure Game
Post by: landry on April 06, 2011, 08:26:00 am
No, it should take you to a screen that looks like the picture below, you have to wait 45 seconds then click on regular download...
Title: Spot the Differences Game
Post by: baxter12 on April 07, 2011, 12:56:45 pm
My co-teacher used this game with my middle school kids this week. It's a great way to get them to open up and start speaking.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: macsauce on April 07, 2011, 07:22:42 pm
This is a traditional style Bomb game made with  Crazy Arcade characters. My middle school girls are obsessed with the it so I thought I would try and incorporate it into a game. The team point  system was taken from the Christmas game so special thanks go to Duchessrachel for her wonderful work on the Christmas game. You can find the Christmas Game here.      http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,3244.0.html
Title: Wheel of Fortune Template
Post by: chocolateshogun on April 10, 2011, 03:22:49 pm
You can incorporate this into pretty much any review game, really easy and the kids love it. Thanks Jesse.
Title: Jeopardy Template
Post by: picaroons on April 10, 2011, 09:01:56 pm
Another jeopardy template.
Let me know if there are any bugs or any improvements you feel are needed.
Title: Spider-man PPT Bomb game
Post by: cad123 on April 11, 2011, 01:05:30 pm
I posted this in one of the PPT Template mega packs a while ago, and I though I made a new topic for it, but when i searched for it today I could not find it, so I thought I would repost. Hope you enjoy. It is no where near the level of Daejon or Rufus W(if you haven't seen their games, leave this post immediatly and do so now), but maybe you can use it. If you find any mistakes let me know I will try to fix them and if you use it please repost. Also it should have sound, but I have had problems with that in the past, so let me know.
thanks
Title: Treasure Hunt Powerpoint Game
Post by: emsicle on April 12, 2011, 08:41:44 am
Here's a PowerPoint game I made, it's great for reviewing vocabulary at the end of the lesson or can be used to review a unit. My students have lots of fun playing it...enjoy!!! :)
Title: Smarter Than a 10 Year Old
Post by: Jacky12 on April 13, 2011, 08:24:20 pm
Smarter Than a 10 Year Old

[Mod - This is a template for a game]

Title: Mario-themed review PPT
Post by: miamaria on April 20, 2011, 12:49:55 pm
A Mario-themed review game. Enjoy ^^
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: tramptime on April 22, 2011, 08:30:25 am
Thank u soooo much for this. I did this lesson at the high school that i am at, its two weeks later now, and i still hear the students ask if we can have another lesson like this.  Just on a side note, you can "fix" the problem with the first letter being cut off on the powerpoint slides by putting a period or comma (or anything else for that matter) in front of the first word on every slide with this problem. It seems to work ok after that... also, be careful, or mindful at least, not to make the pictures too gruesome... i changed a few of the photos, and the next week my co-teacher informed that some of the girls complained that it was too much for them..

oh yes, i chanced the worksheet into a competition scorecard.... depending on the level of your class, you can either have them compete in groups for the right answer, or individual work seemed to work best at my school. what i did was the following:  when students were presented with the four options, they had to vote for which option they (as an individual) would choose. i asked them to put up 1 finger for option one, or 2 fingers for option two, etc.  I then asked them to lower their hands again, before asking for only the students that voted for example for option 1 to raise their hands again. i would then click on option 1... and if they got it wrong, they had to subtract one life on their score card (it works best if you do all the wrong options first, and only do the correct option last..).  if they get the answer right, they can tick it off on their score card, which means they get one point. all of this worked fine,but at one stage in the powerpoint slide (when they go to the shopping mall), too many survival tools are discovered in one go... but i got around that, by saying these were bonus point for everyone. :)   

..ok i said enough now i think.:P    thanks again...

...
Title: Blank Jeopardy - answered questions disappear
Post by: marescja on April 22, 2011, 09:41:33 am
I did not make this awesome template itself and if I remembered where I got it from I would give the maker credit.
However, I modified it to make it more convenient for myself.  I tend to get click happy so the PPT only moves
forward when you click specific buttons.  The answers will reveal after clicking the question mark button.
After answering a question, the question box will disappear.

There is a regular Jeopardy Template and a Jeopardy Template with multiple choice.
Title: Re: Jeopardy Template
Post by: hizan420 on May 01, 2011, 03:48:24 am
Here's another template~ pretty much the same deal.
Title: The Archery Game! Elementary to Middle Level!
Post by: Wasp on May 02, 2011, 11:54:14 am
I must give credit where credit is due.  The Mario Powerpoint game is one of the best I have ever used.  And I'm a user!

I took the concept of the Mario game and made my own.  I call it The Archer.  It is the same concept as Mario with options from A-Z and so on.  The game explains itself mostly.  Let me know if you like it and I can post more.

Once again, thank you Nintendo for creating Mario in the first place and thank you to whom ever created the Mario Powerpoint Game.
Title: Big School days PPT Game For someone who asked
Post by: cad123 on May 02, 2011, 03:59:47 pm
Ok so today i had some down time and found a post on here of some one looking for a really big Powerpoint game, i can't find that post but here is the game I made. It has 54 question two rounds and a bonus round, i have not tested it and put it together pretty quickly so there may be some mistakes, please let me know, o yeah done on 2007 so 2003 may have some issues.
thanks
Edit-realized i didn't hyperlink the bonus round, so I fixed that also thanks to Daejon the PPT master for his fixes
Title: Re: Big School days PPT Game For someone who asked
Post by: Daejeon on May 02, 2011, 04:15:34 pm
Very nice, I made a few adjustments for you.
Title: Re: A very large bomb game template?
Post by: cad123 on May 03, 2011, 08:12:12 am
Hey, after seeing your request I whipped this up, has 54 questions and a bonus round, I didn't put a question box on each slide but it is simple cut and paste. Let me know if you ahve any questions.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: Coop88 on May 16, 2011, 08:41:20 am
Orginal PPT :D
Title: Re: Pass the Ball Game
Post by: Paul on May 18, 2011, 01:52:28 pm
An alternate Pass the Ball template. I'm... I'm not sure if I want my name associated with this PPT so I'll discreetly pop it up here, but I showed one student the pop tart internet meme video on Youtube, they loved it and this is my response. Nyan.

Eep, embedding failure. Fixed now.
Title: Doraemon Bomb Game-my new creation
Post by: justanotherwaygook on June 01, 2011, 02:47:00 pm
I just created a Doraemon Bomb Game.  It's my first game that I've created.  If you find any bugs, please let me know.  I hope you enjoy it and please leave me feedback.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: lb129 on June 01, 2011, 03:19:53 pm
this game was left over from my previous teacher but it is very good, u can use it for any topic, simply put questions to each number!

the kids love it!

(mod edit: title changed)
Title: Re: Doraemon Bomb Game-my new creation
Post by: justanotherwaygook on June 02, 2011, 03:29:51 pm
I think I solved the problem of the text dropping out on the selection screen (just re-sized it).  I didn't have the problem on my school computer (Office 2003), but I did notice at home on 2007.

Anyways, here it is.
Title: Re: Doraemon Bomb Game-my new creation
Post by: justanotherwaygook on June 03, 2011, 02:50:30 pm
Here is a version with no music.  The file size is smaller.  (But come on, you know you want the original with music ;)).
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: cad123 on June 15, 2011, 03:01:42 pm
This is a school days game I made a while back. Works pretty good. Has fifty-two question a bonus round and a scoreboard.
Also here is a mystery box game that I turned into a bomb game. The original game a bit different. Hope you enjoy.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: teacher_del on June 17, 2011, 02:05:10 pm
Here's a Hidden Pictures (Guess the Picture) game I've been working on. 

Click (almost) anywhere on the screen to make one of the concealing panels disappear, or click on the "clear" button once the students have guessed the answer to remove all of the panels at once and reveal the hidden picture.  There are eight slides.  Add your own pictures to suit any lesson with visual vocabulary.

Instructions for editing and use are included at the end of the presentation.

Attached is the silent version.  For those who like sounds, I'll add one with sound effects when I've had the time to make it. 
Title: Pikachu (Volleyball) Bomb Came
Post by: probablylauren on June 20, 2011, 09:28:53 am
Hi

My students (last year and this years) love Pikachu Volleyball, a really old and basic game (google it, you'll find it). So since they loved Mario so much, I decided to try my hand at making a Bomb Game myself. Definitely makes the standard quizzes much more interesting (I've found even just theming the slides to Starcraft is enough, let alone an involved 'Bomb Game' style quiz)

I tried to keep with the theme of Pikachu Volleyball (which is where the first slide was inspired from, I was trying to mimic the Korean game starting, because my kids will get so hyped when they see the familiar logo and background fade in), but didn't mind throwing in some general Pikachu/Pokemon ideas as well.

I am not so happy with my PowerPoint Custom Animation work on the 'volleyball Asleep at the Keyboard' slide, so if anyone wants to try and fix that and make it awesome/better, I'd love that!

Anyway, hope you like it, and let me know if you find any problems (I've had sooooo many little things go wrong. But it seems to be okay and able to be a standalone file with all the things embedded).
Title: Monsters Inc Bomb Game Template
Post by: Coop88 on June 30, 2011, 02:45:33 pm
for my monster themed summer camp
Title: James Bond Game
Post by: willinkorea on July 01, 2011, 01:07:04 pm
I've put together a James Bond themed game following a simple question/answer principle.

Guide:
- Simply fill-in the empty text boxes in the answer slides with your question (top) and answer (bottom). Images can be placed between them.
- Click anywhere in the slide to reveal the answer.
- Click once more to move onto the points slide (the next slide).
- Click the red bar at the bottom of this slide to return to the main menu.
- To change points awarded, simply swap the points slides around, making sure that all changes are like for like (i.e. the question slide, answer slide, question slide, answer slide, etc.) format is maintained.

Feel free to make amendments as you see fit. Please share any re-worked versions that are improvements.

Personally, I would suggest this game is for 6th grade elementary kids and older, but use your discretion.

Hope your kids enjoy it!
Title: Mission Impossible Unscramble Game.
Post by: willinkorea on July 01, 2011, 01:36:47 pm
Here's a simple Mission Impossible themed unscramble game I found worked well for grades 4-6. I cobbled a few elements from another unscramble ppt. and changed the theme.

The timing of each slide can be seen in the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. The scrambled word goes in the top text box, the unscrambled 'answer' in the bottom text box.

Hope it works for you!
Title: FIFA 11: English World Cup (30Q *Soccer* Bomb Game Template)
Post by: rampancy on July 18, 2011, 10:40:14 am
Originally inspired by Daejon's soccer game, here is a 30Q "bomb" soccer/football game themed around EA Sports' FIFA 11 and FIFA Manager 11, featuring Park Ji-Sung. I say "bomb" in quotation marks because I couldn't quite fit the idea of a "bomb" into a soccer game...

As before, place your questions in the blank slides. If a team gets a "take a shot", they move to another screen where they can choose one of three places where they can "hit the ball" into the net (and either score a goal, have the ball blocked, or miss the net); the idea for this was shamelessly stolen from the New Super Mario Brothers Classroom Blast bomb game made by Jennifer Yong.

As with my other baseball game, I've uploaded this as a .ppt and a .pptx; as a warning, I have used a lot of custom fonts (I should hasten to add that these were fonts included with my install of Office:Mac 2011), and some animations unique to newer versions of PowerPoint, so beware of font spacing, minor formatting, and animation issues. I hope you find this useful! If you find any bugs, feel free to let me know!

EDIT: At the request of a friend, I've also put up a second version, which is a slightly tweaked and revised version of the soccer template, reworked to a 30Q format.
Title: Re: Spongebob Squarepants Game
Post by: wisperin9shad0s on July 20, 2011, 11:32:25 am
Yeah sorry about that, here it is. Not the greatest but I hope it helps.

I'm not sure how this game works? Every time I click on the star after the students are supposed to give their answers, it goes back to the home slide, but then every letter I click, it goes to the same slide ... ?
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: epinephrine9 on July 20, 2011, 12:25:18 pm
Here's a slightly new version of a Bomb Game. I call it "Flick Racer". The point of this is, instead of gaining points, to flick an object around a track made on some tables in the front. The team who gets the farthest before class is over wins!

(Idea originally shown here: http://www.eslcafe.com/idea/index.cgi?display:1044336289-13423.txt )

What you will need:
This powerpoint (with appropriate changes for your class),
Three or more tiny easily flickable objects (I used board magnets),
One or two tables placed in the front with some distinguishing marks to note a "start",
Books, boxes, etc. to place on the tables such that the perimeter of the table is a track, and
Small objects, such as erasers, to use as "road blocks".

What you do:
Play as a normal bomb-style game. The only difference is that when a team answers a question correctly, they get an appropriate number of flicks on their object. Should their object fall off the table, they return to start. I recommend making checkpoints or save points at various places as well, so that if they fall off after there, they can return to a save point. If a team gets a road block (the noted white board erasers worked rather well), that team must place their road block before flicking, if they have any flicks. Change icons can be either direct--specifically the two colors shown change, or can be more free.

I was a little strict with what counts as a flick. I enforced that the player had to either use their index or middle finger and could not simply "push" their object. In the 8 classes that I've tested this on, it has taken about 5 minutes to explain the game and get it started, but it keeps kids' attention for as long as it's being played. For my 6th grade 1st semester review (which this version was made for), even in intense heat, the kids stayed into it the full 30 minutes we played. It's a great success!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Spot.
Post by: sfhchiangmai on August 24, 2011, 02:58:17 pm
My kids really like the Spy vs Spy game.  But sometimes all the already selected letters will reappear again.  Any idea why this is happening to me?
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: annekat on September 08, 2011, 01:09:37 pm
I made a Tic Tac Toe game.
Already posted the template elsewhere on this site, but I think it will probably get used more here so I'm posting it again.

 Pretty easy to use. Just click a number box to take you to the question. Click "round 1" to take you back to the board and then click the X or O of the corresponding square to claim the spot.
There are 3 rounds but you could make more easily, just change the hyperlinks around after copy/pasting.

You could also just play it as regular tic tac toe, without questions by clicking the small X/O.
Title: NBA2K11: The English Championships (30Q Basketball "Bomb" Game Template)
Post by: rampancy on September 26, 2011, 02:44:14 pm
Wrapping up what I guess is my "Sports" Trilogy with my soccer and baseball templates is this basketball template, themed around 2K Sports' NBA2K11 while also featuring the Korean National Men's and Women's baskeball teams, as well as the teams of the KBL (NBA2K12 just came out, I think). It works just like the soccer and baseball games, for the most part. If you shoot the ball at the net, you can get either a Slam Dunk, a Three-Pointer, or you could miss. Oh, and the "Shoot The Ball" screens also feature a rudimentary NBA-style shot clock too.

EDIT (11-8-11) - I've uploaded a new version of this template which fixes some minor and moderate graphical bugs, as well as some hyperlink issues which I hope have been finally fixed. I've also reduced the PPI of the hi-res images I've used which should cut down on the file size too.

Some elements of this template work best with the font, Synchro LET Regular (for the scoreboard-style displays), which I've included in a .zip file.
Title: Plants vs. Zombies - "Zombies Ate My Friends!"
Post by: rampancy on November 08, 2011, 12:00:49 pm
Sure, everyone knows Angry Birds, but before Angry Birds there was an arguably much better and much more action-packed game: Plants vs. Zombies. This is a short-medium length sentence building game based on PopCap games' award winning tower defense title, with a "Get the Zombie" option.

The style of play is very simple; the students (or the teacher) choose a square. They then have to fill in the blanks of the key sentence using that square's corresponding row and column elements. Click on the square to see what reward they get for doing it. As an example, I've included pictures and words from the Gr. 5 Lesson 12 ("Can you tell me about your family?") key sentences. You are of course encouraged to add your own.
Title: Whiteboard game with background music
Post by: helpline7 on November 19, 2011, 11:18:25 am
This PPT shows a picture of action words and the music is played on the background for students to write the answers on the whiteboard or on paper.
Title: Jeopardy game
Post by: helpline7 on November 19, 2011, 11:26:09 am
This is a Jeopardy game, more suitable for upper Elementary students.
Title: Baseball PPT game
Post by: helpline7 on November 19, 2011, 11:32:47 am
Students are to read the questions in Korean and answer it in English. If the answer is correct, then they can move to the next base.
Title: The age guessing game
Post by: helpline7 on November 19, 2011, 11:39:26 am
Students are to guess the age of the picture shown.

After one guess, and it is wrong and your team can ask:

Can you help me, please?

If you get it wrong on the 2nd guess, the next team has one chance to guess it right. 

If they are wrong, the next team has one chance to guess.

The team that gets it right get one point.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: jenjohnson214 on November 28, 2011, 10:04:15 am
The laser idea is brilliant.  I'm not sure inserting the songs is working so well for me though.  Overall, great review game!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: japanimation on April 03, 2012, 05:22:34 pm
These are all such awesome PPTs...much love to all the people who took the time to create these.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: ang-84 on April 24, 2012, 01:16:34 pm
Hi i know these were posted a while ago but i really need a big game that will last an entire lesson/ These games of 54 questions are great but is there an way of adding more teams to the PPT? Sorry am not clever with computers!!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: IzEFunni on April 25, 2012, 11:47:12 am
Hey how do get the boxes to disappear on the bomb grid again?
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: girlo on May 02, 2012, 01:41:43 pm
I edited the life out of an angry birds game to make this Kirby bomb-ish game.  You are trying to get as many different Kirby's as you can.  For whatever reason, my kids love Kirby.  I hope someone else has some use for this.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: semy on May 07, 2012, 12:07:20 pm
I have used some of these ppts in my uni class and they are so useful for a mixed level class. Thank you for even more ideas!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Infinityplusone on June 21, 2012, 12:12:01 pm
A brainteaser quiz in Powerpoint.  If you can pull it off as quiz-master, this is so much fun.  2 groups work best,  since the 2 most competitive groups end up playing in the end anyway.

I can't upload the mp4 videos here  >:(
But post a reply or PM me and I can find the youtube links if you would like to use this.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Scotland#1 on July 12, 2012, 10:16:53 am
Does anyone know a good website to download simple, short conversations?
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: lltinall on August 26, 2012, 08:07:59 pm
I think this is awsome! I would like to the file of youtube. Could you upload the address?
I really appreciated!
Title: Re: The Archery Game! Elementary to Middle Level!
Post by: mikkilrod83 on December 20, 2012, 02:14:15 pm
I changed the pictures and backgrounds to make a Disney BRAVE version of this game since my students just watched the movie. Enjoy!!

I must give credit where credit is due.  The Mario Powerpoint game is one of the best I have ever used.  And I'm a user!

I took the concept of the Mario game and made my own.  I call it The Archer.  It is the same concept as Mario with options from A-Z and so on.  The game explains itself mostly.  Let me know if you like it and I can post more.

Once again, thank you Nintendo for creating Mario in the first place and thank you to whom ever created the Mario Powerpoint Game.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: rocketeerjoe on November 05, 2013, 08:32:48 pm
I've completely reinvented Storm the Castle. This is NOT a bomb game. It is an interactive role play game designed for questions and answers.

I made this for a few chapters out of my YBM book but really wanted to put this out there for everyone.

If you are familiar with Storm the Castle, or have attempted to do it in the classroom, you know that it is a slightly complicated game. I have made it a lot more easy. For this game, you need three color teams: green, blue, and red.

First, print up copies of the character sheets with questions on them. Second, print out copies of the answer sheet. Each team in your class should have 1 Emperor, 1 King, 1 Queen, and the remaining students are Knights. So you should print out 3 Emperors, 3 Queens, 3 Kings, and X number of Knights. All of the questions and answers are the same for everyone so staple the answer sheets to the backs of each character sheet.

Once you have completed this, you need to color code them. I used origami paper cut up into squares. Paste them onto the UPPER LEFT corner of each character page. Green, blue, red. Or you can use crayon X's or stickers or whatever you can manage.

The way the game works is there is a castle represented by students asking questions and attackers, who answer the questions. Each question has a respective answer with images to help. This makes it easier for the lower level students. Some students couldn't say entire sentences to I made it okay for them to point if they were supposed to ask questions as long as they tried to engage with the rest of the class.

I have changed this game considerably by writing sentences to help with questions and answers alike, rather than just having an image page.

I have also changed this game by assigning a POINT system. When the student gets to the Emperor, the Emperor will give them a BUTTON. So for the first round for instance, as the Green Team is in the middle castle, the Knights ask questions to the two separate teams at the same time. They move in a circle. The team on the right moves clockwise. The team on the left moves counterclockwise. This is all explained on the PPT. Each question and answer leads you closer to the Emperor. Once you answer the Emperor's question, you earn a button. Or any other physical thing you have that can count for points. You should have at least 50 or 60 on hand just to be on the safe side. You can use poker chips or whatever else you want. As long as each one represents one point.

At the very end of class, all of the teams will count their buttons and the team with the most buttons is declared the winner of the battle.

Since it's difficult for the Emperor to keep up with two teams, I stand by the Emperor to help students at the end and give buttons as well. My co teacher helped the students who were in line who needed it.

The most important part of this is TIMING. My co teacher came up with the idea of using a timer so that EACH TEAM gets 3 MINUTES to be in the middle defending position. This means each team will get 2 ROUNDS to earn button points. You can ring a bell or use a buzzer or whatever to stop the class and switch positions.

What we did, because it's actually less confusing, is because the students are looking at the screen from their vantage point, their vantage point will correspond with the color and sides. We did this to save time but you can decide to do the reverse if you want. What we did is for Round 1, THEIR left was blue, THEIR right was red. We wound up deciding to do this because they were gravitating towards those sides but if you have another solution, go for it.

If you want to do it the other way around, you can. It really doesn't matter, AS LONG AS EACH TEAM GETS ONE TURN IN THE CENTER. The other positions of the teams don't matter.

I hope you enjoy this game. The kids got excited over playing different characters. This would make an excellent game for either speaking or reading.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: rocketeerjoe on January 03, 2014, 09:28:28 am
I made a Frozen bomb game! This is based upon Disney's newest movie. Just click on the snowman for points and to bring you back to the alphabet board.

This is my first bomb game. I intend on posting some stuff in a separate thread for a Frozen camp.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: crosswalk on February 04, 2014, 12:56:58 am
Students stand in a circle, each one having a verb, written in the past simple. They do not know what is written on their sheets. They have a ball, which goes around the circle, and when the teacher says “Stop!” the student, holding the ball must stand in the centre of the circle and show what is written on the sheet. The classmates must not say the verb they see, but they must explain it with signs and gestures without speaking. If the student looks at the sheet, he/she leaves the game. The more words they guess, the more points they get.
After a verb is guessed, the first student holding it, is the representative of the first group. Two groups altogether are formed: the group of the regular verbs and the one of the irregular verbs. Finally, the group that has more points (more verbs guessed) is the winner.
Title: Murder Handshake - Vocabulary & Conversation Practice
Post by: KatieRyan on March 06, 2014, 01:00:58 pm
I saw this mentioned in a 6th grade thread and I thought I would make a powerpoint for the instructions.

It's kind of like Mafia in that the teacher picks a few 'murderers' before the game starts (without letting the other students know who).

The kids get up, walk around, and have one on one conversations with their classmates (this is where you insert whatever target vocabulary/key expressions you're working on).  At the end of the conversation they have to shake hands.  If you're talking with a murderer, they will scratch your hand during the handshake.  The scratchee will wait 10 seconds and then die (sit down).

If a student talks to 5 classmates without dying, they go to the front of the room and are safe. These are my winners at the end of the game and they will get a sticker.

Use the speech bubbles on the last slide to change the conversations to your target language.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: lalawarner on March 13, 2014, 07:53:43 am
rockerteerjoe thank you thank you 1000 times !!! I have been looking for a frozen bomb game !!!!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Loudine on April 03, 2014, 10:00:59 am
NanaCorea - my students are going to LOVE me, so I just want to send you big love right now in advance.  So, the number of hearts are the points? You are a GENIUS.  Thank you so much!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: NanaCorea on April 03, 2014, 04:03:34 pm
Thank you so much! Yes, each heart is a point. Because love conquers fear.  :wink:
Title: Re: Spongebob Squarepants Game
Post by: jacqueline52 on May 07, 2014, 03:43:32 pm
Yeah sorry about that, here it is. Not the greatest but I hope it helps.
Title: THE ninja game
Post by: Penderghast79 on July 04, 2014, 01:28:14 pm
My most successful creation.  Instructions are on the last slide.  Perfect for any age group.  If you are tired of bomb games this is what you want.  I sent out an older version a couple years ago to SMOE teachers.  This is updated...  now with extra ninjas!

-Kevin
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: amores on September 25, 2014, 01:48:19 pm
Pokemon Telepathy Game

Choose a Pokemon and write down the word/sentence next to them. On the next slide, a Pokemon will come out of the Pokeball! If it's the one you chose, you get a point. A lot of the Pokemon are from more recent generations, since the younger students recognize them more. But if you have older students, feel free to switch them out for some more "true" Pokemon ;) Simple, double-sided worksheet is attached.

At the end of the PowerPoint are detailed instructions on how to edit it. If these are not enough for you or you have any other questions, leave a message here or PM me. This game is entirely my own, except for the images (which were taken from the internet) and the telepathy concept in general.

Original Thread: http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,75478.0.html
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: amores on September 25, 2014, 01:56:58 pm
Totoro Bomb Game

There are two slides with embedded youtube videos, so you'll need an internet connection for them to work. However, the game is just as fun without them. Download and keep the music files in the same folder as the PPT if you can't get the music to work. I have also provided alternative "Change Points" slides in case the gifs are too much for your computer.

Original Thread: http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,68531.0.html

EDIT: Now available in widescreen!
Title: K-Pop Boy Band Bomb Game
Post by: respect_teaching on November 25, 2014, 06:51:26 am
Game specifically designed to interest 5th grade girls (I have some surly ones).  Good for 5th grade through middle school.

This game contains 18 questions; 3 rounds if 6 teams are playing.

The bands are B1A4, EXO and infinite.  There is an animated GIF and a 30 second music file that will play with each point slide or "bomb".  All points are clearly marked in each slide.

Trot music bombs: Trot music is the old Korean music Ajossis listen too.

Metalocalypse Nuclear bomb:  May be too graphic for some, there is an extra slide at the end you can replace it with.

Click on the GIF to go back to home.   or click red X if the wrong answer is given.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Newteacher2014 on November 25, 2014, 03:06:19 pm
Wow, this is awesome! Sadly, the trot music doesn't seem to be there. Any chance you could upload that separately?

I know that might be too much to ask!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: lovebunny on December 10, 2014, 07:57:28 am
Here is a general knowledge bomb game I made for after exam classes. Students choose a letter of the alphabet and each answer begins with that letter. Sutiable for any level, just change the questions to suit your need. I used this one for 3rd - 5th elementary.
Title: SPOT IT for vocab
Post by: billybamf84 on June 01, 2015, 01:51:44 pm
SPOT IT / DOBBLE (Korean version) for vocabulary


-full Spot It! functionality where every card has a match on every other card
-words oriented horizontally (easier) or randomly (normal)
-can be used for any level of English, words, letters, numbers, etc.
-uses a total of 31 vocab words

Template and example for Daekyo grade 3 vocab below
Title: Five Nights at Freddy's Bomb Game
Post by: mkstr on June 20, 2015, 06:22:22 pm
This is my first attempt at making a bomb style game.

I've been able to successfully use some of the kpop bomb games to get my girls involved in lessons, but my boys have been rebelling lately due to the overabundance of kpop in class.

Luckily, one of my students mentioned that they like the game Five Nights at Freddy's.

I've tried to keep the game from being too scary as I don't want to alarm my CoT... but I anticipate the boys will enjoy this game.


I did attempt to embed some sound files, but I had some difficulty in getting them to work consistently. I also have no clue if they will work for anyone else as the files are located on my hard drive....

In any event, this commemorates my first ever post on Waygook!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Beelzebart on June 22, 2015, 09:18:56 pm
Looks great, but I have no idea how to play this game.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: joerothuk on June 25, 2015, 01:27:18 am
+++WORK IN PROGRESS++++

I'm trying to make a new Jurassic Park/World bomb game. 'Incorporating' elements from MitchCraig's one, but trying to make it a bit more exciting with plenty of GIFs (perhaps to the detriment of a clear objective). I find the accumulation of bullets scoring not particularly exciting. I haven't figured out quite a few things yet - I thought about making it more of a find-all-the-items format (gun, bullets, car, motorbike etc) like the Survival Adventure ppt, but I am a beginner and that seems very complicated.  I teach primary school, so I don't want to make it too confusing with many different types of dinosaur either. It is probably less than 50% finished but I was hoping someone could take it over (as I'm going to be away for the next few months), clean it up, add to it, improve it etc. I have used a few mp3s rather than wavs, so fingers-crossed they work. At the moment, the Map (Isla Nubar) is to be the home slide with the letters A-Z (as you will see, only done a few at the moment); I haven't hyperlinked them yet properly either. The action sequence slides are at the bottom.  It's messy but I think it has some potential.

LINK: http://1drv.ms/1HheUIH
Title: Finished AVENGERS Bomb Game
Post by: VanGo87 on June 29, 2015, 08:27:46 am
FINISHED GAME!

It plays as a review game with 28 questions. Students are in groups of 6 with an Avenger mentor and have to defeat Hydra. Appearances by Loki, Ultron, and the Winter Soldier to cause trouble as well. All points and questions are editable. To close the game, select the small grey icon on the question page for the team with the most points for a "Congratulations, you beat Hydra. Well done team _____" with the team mentor from Nick Fury.

First two slides play like a movie. All instructions are in the information/notes box below the slides.

Attached is the game, the Avengers theme for slide one, and the stamp/punch sound for point slides.

If there are any problems, please send me a PM and I'll fix and repost right away!


ENJOY!

(http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b390/IrisConlon/rsz_qchart_small_zpsgyz8ors3.png)
Title: Kakaotalk Bomb Game
Post by: Aroussin on July 23, 2015, 01:53:11 pm
KAKAOTALK BOMB GAME

So this is my first time creating a bombgame, so it most likely has a few problems.

I've based the formatting of this game off Kyle Ludeke/Sprite06's designs. Mine still has a long way to go, but I put a lot of time and effort into taking screen shots and adding sounds to make it more like the Kakaotalk interface.

I played it with my students in grade 4 and they LOVED it.

Take a look, and tell me what you think. Feel free to change or add to it :)

NOTE: I've experienced problems with the alphabet screen. Sometimes when returning to this screen, the letters do not dissapear. If you know how to solve the problem, please let me know :( I'm not quite sure what is going on, because this problem occurs only half of the time.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: PiripiP on November 19, 2015, 09:09:03 am
Hi all,

First post.

Here's an in-progress all-purpose template that I sometimes use in my classes.
It's set up as an iPhone and has several apps.

Currently, only the quizzes are ready to use.
But if you are a bit savvy, feel free to use the YouTube and Line apps and adjust for your classes.

There are 2 quizzes in the phone's Quiz app.

Level 1 is a panel quiz. Basically, you get a question right and then choose a box. Boxes change color and there is a steal option. The team with the most boxes wins. It's a listening quiz game with only the scoreboard on the phone - i.e. you will need to prepare the questions on paper.
The instructions are all on the rules page, and in footnotes on the slide.

Level 2 is a bomb/typhoon-type game. Each box takes you to a question which then takes you to the points. No in-built time limit, but you may want to impose one in your class.
The theme is luck, so I usually give them a fortune based on their final scores ('big' fortune, 'middle' fortune, fortune, bad fortune)

Let me know if you have any questions or experience any issues.


Title: Disney Villian Bomb Game
Post by: taylorteacher19 on February 03, 2016, 10:01:38 am
Hey I was bored during desk warming, so thought I would try creating my first bomb game. This is a Disney Villiam game, where helping the good guys actually harms you, you want the villians to gain points, etc.  I hope y'all enjoy. If you can make it better- please post that as well!  ;D

- Ursula's eels will bring you back to the "Alphabet slide"
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: alistairrwillis on February 25, 2016, 03:48:08 pm
PPT Kim's Game

This simple game is useful for reviewing vocabulary. There is one plain template and one Spiderman template.

Before class, type one vocabulary word into each circle. You can delete circles if you like, but the game needs at least 9-10 words to be fun.

How to play:
- Elicit the words from the class. Tell the class they must remember where the 12 words are and give them about 15 seconds to try to do this.
- Have the whole class stand up and turn around to face the back of the classroom
- Click on a bubble - it will drop from view. Give the class a signal to turn around ("Go!")
- Students put up their hands and guess which word is missing
- When you get a correct answer, replace the circle using the numbered box
- Repeat
- Play in teams and give points if you like

Variation: don't replace the circles - the game will get quicker and more furious as the number reduces
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Whatgook on February 26, 2016, 10:12:06 am
'Gru's Factory' is a ppt quiz game that takes characters, sounds, and concepts from the Despicable Me / Minions films and combines that with the group vs. group mayhem of the classic 'Mystery Box' game.

Dude this rules! Thanks!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: FenellaIce on March 22, 2016, 01:19:16 pm
I made a Who Wants to Be A Millionaire game template. There are no questions in there.

The music and video should work, I added the tension music to the later questions, and the video at the beginning isn't cropped because my skillz still aren't up to that. You can just press space to stop the video after the theme tune or when Chris Tarrant says hello!

Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: alistairrwillis on March 22, 2016, 02:02:28 pm
Mario / Spongebob Grid Game

This is a whole class game played in two teams. You can use it to practice any sentence where you have two variable words: i.e. He's in the first grade. / She's in the second grade. / We're in the sixth grade. It takes about 10 minutes and works best as practice. Don't use it in your first lesson on a structure as the students will be too cautious and the game will take too long.

Before the class: complete the empty spaces around the game board - the Mario version has an example.

During the class: practice the language by pointing to a square on the game board and eliciting / modelling the sentence with the whole class.

Divide the class into teams and give each team its colour. Write the team names on the whiteboard and ask you co-teacher to keep score. 

Explain the rules as simply as you can. Teams must form rows of three, four or five in order to score 5, 10, and 20 points respectively. Blacked out squares can't be played.

Students from each team take it in turns to raise their hands and make a sentence. Place the board pieces by dragging  them from the top of the screen to the correct square. When all the squares are full up, the team with the most points wins.

IMPORTANT: the game pieces will not be draggable in full screen mode. So escape from full screen mode, reduce the menu ribbon and the exit the sidebar. This way the game will be almost full screen and the icons can be dragged.

Variation: print game boards and get students to play in pairs with pencil and eraser. The word file is attached for this purpose. The whole class version is good for modelling the language, but the pair version gives a lot more practice and is more fun.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: akplmn on March 24, 2016, 11:41:02 am
Made a basic template for avalanche (combination of "telephone" and "sleeping elephants").  I normally play in teams of four, as beyond that it gets difficult and the kids get frustrated.  If you have kids with hearing difficulties, it's doable, but make sure they are assigned to be student number 1, so that listening isn't a requirement for them.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: joemacpherson01 on March 24, 2016, 01:57:59 pm
thank you so much for the continued games. making teaching in china much easier
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: The Arm on March 24, 2016, 02:20:45 pm
'Gru's Factory' is a ppt quiz game that takes characters, sounds, and concepts from the Despicable Me / Minions films and combines that with the group vs. group mayhem of the classic 'Mystery Box' game.

Dude this rules! Thanks!

Yea this is SO good.  Thank you!!  :smiley:
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: akplmn on March 24, 2016, 03:09:55 pm
Since Finding Dory is finally coming out, I thought I would make a Finding Nemo game.  I made two versions.

Version 1 - Standard telepathy, with plus and minus points.  (It's very point intensive, since it's aimed at younger kids and I find they like that).

Version 2 - spelling (or phonics) game, where the kids have to choose the correctly spelled word (or correct sound) to get a point.

Hope you like it!!  ;D
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: alistairrwillis on April 07, 2016, 02:49:25 pm
Updated Kim's Game with sound effects. Black cat and ladybug theme.

See reply no.146 above for instructions.

Try inserting pictures into the bubbles instead of words. This should make the game more accessible for weaker students.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: alistairrwillis on April 07, 2016, 03:26:20 pm
Not a Bomb Game

SFX Memory Game / Card Matching Template

My kids love this game, and I use it every couple of weeks.

To adapt this template to your lesson easily:
 - Copy and paste your vocabulary images onto the slide and resize as necessary. Position them above the cards.
- Select all your images (use SHIFT + LEFT MOUSE)
- RIGHT MOUSE click and select "send to back"

Nb. If you are using word / picture pairs, then put the words into text boxes. Then they can be positioned just like pictures.

In class: play in teams. When a student gets a pair correct, drill the sentence with the whole class. This will refocus the class, especially if they are getting a bit rowdy.

The buttons on the right produce applause, cheers etc.


Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: akplmn on April 08, 2016, 01:32:42 pm
New Frozen Bomb Game 2015


Download both and then copy and paste the slides from the intro into the front of the game. The file was too big to upload all in one piece. >.<

This is a really great looking game.  But, unfortunately, copying and pasting the slides from the intro into the front of the game seems to have messed up all the links.  Like, choosing "A" now takes me to an intro slide, instead of a question slide.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Jamarianb on April 11, 2016, 08:49:47 am
Here's a game I am still working on. 
English Shootout:

Sorry for the file size.  It might be too big for some computers.  Also I am  still experimenting with Macros.  I want to try and make it easier for teachers to put in different words.  Such as pulling it from a text file or something.  Anyone that has any suggestions, please repost.  It's not my code, but only just tweeked some things. 


update:
I have added the random word list.  Its easier than ever to add the words now.  Also sound has been added as well.  Remember you need to activate Developer option to play.  This uses Macros.  You have to download the words file for it to work.

future: Auto return to page.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Jamarianb on April 26, 2016, 09:51:27 am
Here's a game I am still working on. 
English Shootout:

Sorry for the file size.  It might be too big for some computers.  Also I am  still experimenting with Macros.  I want to try and make it easier for teachers to put in different words.  Such as pulling it from a text file or something.  Anyone that has any suggestions, please repost.  It's not my code, but only just tweeked some things. 

Things I want to add:
Refresh on main page if not able to add a random list code
auto-return to shooting page after video plays.
--more to come

This is my first upload too.  :)

Please let me know if it is not playing for you.  I am having some difficulties on other computers as well.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: akplmn on May 27, 2016, 03:54:32 pm
Mission Impossible themed speed unscramble/ blazing pen style game I just finished making.  I thought I remembered seeing a mission impossible blazing pens game before, but couldn't find it again, so I created my own.

There's a 15 second template and a 30 second template.  15 seconds is good for higher level kids.  30 seconds is good for lower level kids, or higher level kids when you want to do sentence unscrambling or more difficult vocabulary.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: akplmn on June 16, 2016, 01:45:29 pm
Modified the "Send in the Ninjas" game to accommodate six teams instead of four.  Since I was doing so much editing anyways, I decided to make it Kung Fu Panda themed.

So, Kung Fu Panda - Send in the Ninjas.  Instructions are in the PPT.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: LoofPopstar on July 14, 2016, 01:26:02 pm
Undertale Powerpoint bomb game template and Undertale game font (used in the Powerpoint). There are text boxes with * in them at the top and bottom of every question slide. Leave those there, because I have them set to scroll out the text one character at a time like in the real game. (I also recommend leaving the * at the start of each text box, because that was also in the real game.)

10/14/16: UPDATED to include version 2, which has a few new characters and surprises for students.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: vietjohn on July 14, 2016, 04:43:14 pm
I have created 2 PowerPoint Games from the Minecraft Game on this website. Please add them to your Games so other teachers may feel free to utilize them for this weeks reviews.

3rd Grade Textbook Cheonjae Book 2
Minecraft Game (Review of Lessons 1-6)

4th Grade Textbook Cheonjae Book 1
Minecraft Game (Review of Lesson 1-7)

I have attached the games to this posting.

Thank you very much as I am still learning to post to Waygook.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Kang Ran Young on October 12, 2016, 09:27:29 pm
Great!!!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: encebrasenglish on October 17, 2016, 01:22:56 am
I can't get the trivial pursuit game board to show in powerpoint. I've tried various versions of the programa nd also saving the original file  in different formats. Does anyone have a link they can share to an editable version where I can use the board?

Many thanks
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: insulimted on October 25, 2016, 02:51:12 pm
Since Finding Dory is finally coming out, I thought I would make a Finding Nemo game.  I made two versions.

Version 1 - Standard telepathy, with plus and minus points.  (It's very point intensive, since it's aimed at younger kids and I find they like that).

Version 2 - spelling (or phonics) game, where the kids have to choose the correctly spelled word (or correct sound) to get a point.

Hope you like it!!  ;D

How do you play telepathy??
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: kchan91 on November 10, 2016, 07:12:06 am
Here is a Pokemon Adventure Game! I recommend it for elementary 5th and 6th grade or higher if you'd like.

This was heavily inspired by another waygook who posted a "Desert Escape" game. I don't remember the original poster of that game. (Great game!) However, this is a completely original story.

There is a template so you can add whatever English your students are learning.

So, basically:

-Each team chooses 5 Pokemon.
-Team Rocket is making Pokemon soup! You have to find and stop them. You will fight 5 Pokemon along the way.
-Each team chooses 1 Pokemon to fight.
-Writing correct English answers gives a chance to attack. (Roll a dice)
-You can make adventure choices as well. Bad choices will disable some of your Pokemon for that round.
-To win the game, beat Team Rocket's Pokemon.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwz1xT9ZIyx9UGRCTDY4dDdPVVk/view?usp=sharing
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: kbruck8 on December 14, 2016, 12:30:51 pm
Here's a superhero/comic book-themed mystery box. I got the mystery box "contents" from the basic mystery box template so props to the maker of that game.

The font should be embedded, but you have any problems just download and install the font included below.

Let me know if there are any questions/concerns!

(2/8/17: Uploaded updated version of game.)
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: borkapod on January 30, 2017, 01:07:10 pm
Here's a couple of History of Mario Telepathy templates, one for Keynote and one for Powerpoint.  There are 12 telepathy sets starting with Mario Bros and ending with Mario Maker.  Sorry if I didn't include your favorite.  If anyone wants to add sets for Donkey Kong, Yoshi's Island, Sunshine, whatever, have at it. It's set up for word telepathy, but small sentences could fit. I mostly used it for third and fourth grade.

Here's how it works. For each set of four words there are five slides:
1. static display of all four words
2. upper left is correct
3. lower left is correct
4. upper right is correct
5. lower right is correct
Enter your four words in the "Hello" spaces on the static display slide.  Next, choose which one of the following four slides is correct and DELETE the other three.  Don't forget to re-enter the words on the correct slide.  For example, if the upper right word is the one you'd like to be correct, delete slides 2,3, and 5 from the set and only retain slides 1 and 4.  If I'm not being clear enough, just play the template as is and watch the slides and you'll pick up the pattern of which slides to keep or delete.

Also, I originally made this with Keynote, so when I exported it to Powerpoint the animations got a bit messed up and slowed down.  They Keynote version has much better looking and  faster animations.  I'm not that great at using Powerpoint, but if anyone else wants to clean up the animations for the pptx version and re-upload it here for everyone, you're welcome to do so. 
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: miracleung on September 05, 2017, 10:51:34 am
Good!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Juyoungeun on September 07, 2017, 02:31:13 pm
good ;D
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Korvkanto on September 10, 2017, 09:05:25 pm
These forums are a life saver. Having a good activity to end my classes makes everything run much smoother.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Juyoungeun on September 14, 2017, 01:02:16 pm
Thank you for sharing your material. That will help a lot.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: jadoo78 on September 19, 2017, 03:46:40 pm
good
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: doggoo1105 on September 22, 2017, 08:18:12 am
Wow thank you
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: cr8ivly on September 22, 2017, 09:47:20 am
Thx, really appreciate your effort.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: ballsila2136 on October 12, 2017, 12:21:54 pm
Good
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: thescoot85 on October 24, 2017, 02:01:35 pm
On most of these forum pages I don't see links to download the games from. What am I missing? Any help would be appreciated :)
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: xxravenhartxx on October 31, 2017, 10:12:33 pm
Awesome! Thank you!
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: calen on January 10, 2018, 11:17:09 am
On most of these forum pages I don't see links to download the games from. What am I missing? Any help would be appreciated :)

You're missing that you need a subscription to see the links (I missed it too, had to do a google search). Go to the navigation panel, click "I'm lost" and then "subscriptions"; it's like $5 for a month.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Severest on March 22, 2018, 08:07:07 am
Nice! Thanks.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: sbk on March 29, 2018, 02:27:07 pm
Hi. This game has been adapted from another game that i got from this site. Someone did a great job making this template. I adapted it to my class for the English camp. It's questions about social media and the internet. You should probably teach them the vocabulary first in some of your lessons. I found that students didn't know some of the words such as Troll and Scammer. Have fun with it.
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: Lee Sang Ji on March 29, 2018, 10:11:42 pm
awesome!!
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Post by: wsseo86 on May 03, 2018, 05:14:32 pm
cool!!
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Post by: DragonSheep on May 09, 2018, 04:53:05 pm
Brill thanks
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Post by: JaeyongHan on July 04, 2018, 08:28:45 pm
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Post by: conglingshijie on August 10, 2019, 03:08:39 pm
sally you deserve kudos. Thanks, ths will be great after exam time!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by: lovear22 on August 29, 2019, 04:42:58 am
Good. Thank you.  ;D
Title: Re: The One Stop PPT Game Template Spot.
Post by: starjscc01 on September 16, 2019, 01:18:17 am
i hoped you to sended PPT