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Deal or No Deal Review Game Template


This is a review game template to be used with any content. Just add your own questions! The $ amounts are small for my little ones, but you can adjust them for older kids to include the million.

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My students love this game.

My students love this game. I actually copied page 2 three times so that I could have 4 teams and that many more review questions. The student whose turn it was then pops the bubble on his page and then the next team goes. No matter how old they are they love to pop the bubble.

  • Posted:
    Oct. 31, 2010
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Amy Abbott
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Deal or No Deal Review Game Template

I am a Deal or No Deal fan and I would definitely use this template with my grade 11 and grade 12 students. I would change the sound because it is a bit jarring.

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    Oct. 24, 2010
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Deal or No Deal Help

I'm one of MimioConnect moderators and I'd be more than glad to answer this question. It's a good one so let me see if I can help you out. This is a great games template and you just need to know how to manipulate the notebook pages. My suggestion to you is that once you've downloaded it, go to the 2nd page and choose "Format" from the menu tabs across the top and then "Locking" and choose "Unlock all." Text boxes will show up everywhere. Just click somewhere outside of one of the text boxes for the outlines to disappear. Now, this allows you to click on specific sections of the template to change the wording.To change the wording for the "answer text box," you'll need to temporarily move the actual blue bordered box off to the side so that you can activate the answer text box and the dollar amount as well. When done typing, just put the box back in place. When you're done with all the typing don't forget to "Lock All." Do this by going to Edit then Select All and then back to Format and Choose lock all in the "Locking" choice. Hope this helps!

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    Aug. 21, 2010
Tracy Tishion
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Tracy Tishion
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