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My students like to play Jeopardy to review for their upcoming assessments, but I was wondering if anyone had any other creative/fun review games to throw into the mix (preferably ones that don't require a fee to register or create)?

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I sometimes make bingo boards! I did this with geometry and it worked really well. I found the boards on teachers pay teachers. The students have to identify terms and figures on their board and it was really fun and challenging for them. I also did the game as a pre-assessment because it showed me what the students knew, but they didn't feel the pressure that they had to do well because I told them it was just a game.

Yes, I completely agree.

There are lot many fun activities that can actually make the child learn and grow. I had taken a free subscription from an online learning provider named meritnation and found their package good for my kid. There are many such resources online. All you have to do is to do a little search.

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