I love taking games that I played as a child and finding ways to turn them into review games for the classroom. One of those games that is easy to turn into classroom review is the dot and box game. You remember it? You have a grid of dots and each person takes a turn placing a horizontal or vertical line between two adjacent dots. When one of the lines forms a completed square, that player gets to put their initial in the square. The player that has the most squares with their initials at the end, wins! With a few adjustments, this is a quick, inexpensive game you can bring into your classroom to bring life to your review sessions.
Why not try it out?
Dot Board Review
Objective: Answer questions and create squares on the dot board.
Number of Students: 2 Individuals or 2 to 4 Teams
How to Play: