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This is a fun way to check to see if students know the material well enough for a test or quiz. The key is being well prepared with about 30-35 “answers” at different levels of difficulty and in different categories.


  • Form small groups and let them know the rules: No books or notes.
  • Designate a different person to answer each question but the team can discuss the concept before giving the answer.
  • If the question is missed, other teams can steal.
  • Teams keep control of the board with correct “questions” or alternate from group to group.