Create a game for classmates using order of operations, coordinate graphs, fractions, decimals, or classifying 2-D geometric figures and 3-D solids. The game may be of any conventional card game or board game pattern (trivia quiz, timed matching, memory game, moving along a path, “battleship”-style) or use Google Forms question-and-answer, Google Presentation Jeopardy, or other technology.
The game may teach the skill or concept (educational game), or it may just use the skill or concept as part of how the game is played (entertainment game). Think of your favorite game--is there a math concept that makes it work, or a math topic you could use the game to teach?
Online Game Builders:
(I have not yet checked these for Chrome compatibility or school network issues).
1. Roll 4 dice and add the pips or numbers--this is the floor you need.
2. Roll 4 dice; you may use these 4 digits and any operations (parentheses, exponents, multiplication, division, fractions, addition, or subtraction) in any order to get to the floor you need.
3. You may choose to use fewer than 4 numbers, but you may only use the numbers rolled, and may only use them once.
1. 4 + 6 + 5 + 6 = 21; I need the 21st floor.
2. 3 5 2 6; I can push these buttons and use any operations, but may only use this set of numbers.
3. 3 x (5 + 2) = 21 or (3 x 6) + (5 - 2) = 21 or (5 x 6) - (3^2) = 21
Which time can Dr. Who visit if the TARDIS is stuck on years divisible by 3 without remainders?
1930: bring apples to sell during Great Depression.
1871: bring marshmallows to Great Chicago Fire.
1773: bring sugar and lemon to Boston Tea Party.