Back to your regular programming...
I've seen some academic uses of the so called "cootie catcher" or "fortune teller" and I decided to make one for my kids to use this week as we review measures of central tendency in Algebra I.
Here's the basic template I made in Word. If you want the file,
I filled in everything but the solutions and definitions for them. There are 8 data sets given and there are places for the kids to write in the mean, median, mode, and range for each of the sets. My plan is for them to work in partners to "play the game" and collaborate on finding the answers for each data set, only recording their work if they both agree. They can then take this home as a study guide/review game. The colors on the words are just pretty. The colors around the data sets and answers are there to keep the kids from getting switched around.
Again, you can download the blank template here if you missed the link above! If you'd like the filled in copy (in my lovely handwriting, sorry), you can get it from my updated post.
How do you make review activities fun and unique to keep kids motivated?