Grid Games is such a wonderfully simple idea that has gone down a storm in my classroom this week. Students are presented with a grid of questions on a given topic, and then must answer the question correctly to get the square coloured in in their colour. The team with the most squares coloured in are declared the winner.
In this video we look at other ways of using the resource, including paired work, getting students create their own grids for revision, and challenging them to reflect on the questions themselves. Loads of examples have been kindly uploaded by the author, and there is huge potential to use this idea for any topic, age or ability.
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