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29 May Fantastic and Fun Bubble Wrap Game. 
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I think this could easily be customized in the classroom for almost any subject. Kids will love playing and creating educational games with bubble wrap. Super easy to make once you create a template. Start saving your bubble wrap!
This travel Game would also be great on field trips with long bus rides.
via Ohdeedoh She created a very nice tutorial for this project.
Math Idea
Follow Ohdeedoh’s directions and make a blank template that students could fill in. Save this for future use so you only have to make it once. You could cut a copy to make it smaller when necessary and then make copies of that one.
Give students a copy of your template with 25 areas to add to. Next tell them to add a number to each square from 1-50 ( or up to any number you like depending on time). Do not use the same number twice. They can add a free space anywhere if you like.
Lay bubble wrap over it and tape.
Have ready a math problem for each number 1-50.
Call out the math problem. Students “pop” the answer if they have it. First one to “pop” their whole card wins.
Very similar to BINGO but with some fun popping action.

Fantastic and Fun Bubble Wrap Game

#elemchat #spedchat #kinderchat

I think this could easily be customized in the classroom for almost any subject. Kids will love playing and creating educational games with bubble wrap. Super easy to make once you create a template. Start saving your bubble wrap!

This travel Game would also be great on field trips with long bus rides.

via Ohdeedoh She created a very nice tutorial for this project.

Math Idea

Follow Ohdeedoh’s directions and make a blank template that students could fill in. Save this for future use so you only have to make it once. You could cut a copy to make it smaller when necessary and then make copies of that one.

Give students a copy of your template with 25 areas to add to. Next tell them to add a number to each square from 1-50 ( or up to any number you like depending on time). Do not use the same number twice. They can add a free space anywhere if you like.

Lay bubble wrap over it and tape.

Have ready a math problem for each number 1-50.

Call out the math problem. Students “pop” the answer if they have it. First one to “pop” their whole card wins.

Very similar to BINGO but with some fun popping action.

28 Apr My Reading Tools…Excellent “Reading Strategies” Treasure Hunt Game.
via @sharnon007

My Reading Tools…Excellent “Reading Strategies” Treasure Hunt Game.

via @sharnon007

27 Mar Gamestar Mechanic was brought to my attention yesterday via tweet by @scsdmedia. This is a really neat tool.
Chelsea Thompson, Nukezilla, writes “It’s a pretty unique concept of a game that teaches kids the basics of game design as they play, and then allows them to create their own games.” To read more about it click here. 
Screenshot via Nukezilla

Gamestar Mechanic was brought to my attention yesterday via tweet by @scsdmedia. This is a really neat tool.

Chelsea Thompson, Nukezilla, writes “It’s a pretty unique concept of a game that teaches kids the basics of game design as they play, and then allows them to create their own games.” To read more about it click here

Screenshot via Nukezilla