Undercover Math Review Game

by Virginia

Can use the math game in class for any grade level.

I have a board with 12 squares. Under the squares there is a picture.

There are 2 or 3 teams. I ask a question. Either team can answer the question. Which ever team gets the question correct gets 1 point and one square is revealed. If the team can guess what is hidden they get 3 points. The picture is revealed and another puzzle is put up.

You can play up to a certain number of points or play a certain number of rounds and which ever team has the most points wins the game.

I have some puzzles with just pictures under like the principal, different animals, etc.,but I also have word puzzles. My students love this game and it is a great way to review math information. Teachers and parents can always use good math review games.

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Jan 20, 2015
by: janine

This is actually a fun game. This is also a good way to interact with the students at the same time making them good at math. Most students find math difficult and the reason is it is boring for them. But math is the best subject that we will ever study.

Nov 30, 2014
by: Anonymous

Where are the cards?

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