Christmas Math Smartboard Game

Christmas MathHaving trouble getting kids to pay attention to math because of the holiday season? Are they too busy thinking about the coming vacation, imagining about building snowmen and popping firecrackers? Maybe this game will help!

Christmas Math consists of several math-related games melded in a package that contains snowmen, Christmas ornaments, fire crackers, and gifts. Players are asked to perform number counting, matching, ordering, and sequencing, depending on the type of game chosen. Competitive games could be formed by letting the kids form groups and challenge each other to completing the most games without any mistakes. Perfect for keeping students engaged… at least until the final bell rings!

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Santa Penalty Shootout Smartboard Game

SantaShootoutFans of both Christmas and football will love this game of knowledge, skill, and perhaps a little bit of luck!

First, the game asks how many players or teams will be playing (either one or two). The players can choose their team names and are even offered a chance to choose the colour of their jersey. Once initial setup for the players are complete, the kick-off commences, and the game begins!

The players take turns “handling” the ball, during which they’re asked a Christmas-related historical or cultural question. If they’re able to answer the question correctly, this gives them a chance to kick the ball towards the goal and earn a point. But if the Santa keeper catches it, no points are awarded, and the next team tries their luck. The team that knows more about Christmas (and how to defeat Santa) wins!

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Christmas Word Jumble Smartboard Game

Christmas Jumbled WordSo your students think they know all about Christmas. Are they willing to take up the jumbled word challenge? This game displays various Christmas-related words on-screen with their letters in disarray, and it’s up to the players to reorganise and figure out what it is. Of course, one can always try to sort the letters on their own, but it’s always easier if they already have an idea to work with!

Students can form groups and earn points for every correct answer. The team with the most points wins!

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Reading Ring Smartboard Game

Reading RingChallenge your pupils’ reading comprehension. Win a wrestling match by ordering Garfield’s comic strips into the proper sequence of events, and answering questions related to the comic strip story.

If the student was able to match the sequence and was able to answer the questions, the round goes to him.  Else, it goes to the nefarious Dr. Stripp. The first to win three rounds out of five is the victor!

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Order of Operations Smartboard Game

OrderOfOperationsAllow your students to reveal the hidden picture by matching the equations to the side with the boxes containing their corresponding answer. But beware, for they should also take note that they should follow a certain operational order when performing their calculations; otherwise, they would not be able to match the boxes correctly!

There are a number of ways to convert this into a team game. The teacher can opt to time each group to see how long it would take for them to reveal the mystery picture – the group with the fastest time wins.  Alternatively, each group could be given a set time to reveal as many hidden pictures as they can, with the team revealing the most winning the game. Another possible option is that the groups could take turns in revealing a box and then attempting to guess what is hidden underneath; the group that makes the first correct guess wins.

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