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Gameboard for any subject area


Teams compete to answer questions correctly in order to advance to the top of the game and win the Wonka Bar.
1) Split the teams into 4 groups and assign each group a character (Frodo, Harry, Katniss, or Willy Wonka)

2) The teacher has questions prepared. Decide which order the team will answer the questions. Then, pose a question to one group. If they get it correct, they get to roll the dice and advance on the gameboard. If they get the question incorrect, they do not advance and, the same question is given to the next team.

3) Repeat the process until one team has reached the top.

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nbieber Posted by: nbieber

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This game board is great for

This game board is great for all subject areas and grade levels. You could use this for adults or High School by just changing the characters. Could be objects (like Monopoly) to make it truly adaptable. I will definately use this for my training sessions and to show new Mimio users that they can get more creative just by looking at templates like these in MimioConnect. Thanks for creating it.

  • Posted:
    Jun. 29, 2013
Posted by
Lynn Notarainni
Downloads: 140

I think this is a great way

I think this is a great way to engage adults in my technology classes who are leaning to use Mimio. It's a great way to show how much fun Mimio can be.

  • Posted:
    Jun. 9, 2013
Posted by
Eric Mead
Downloads: 17

This is a great template for

This is a great template for review! I'm always looking for something to engage my students when we're reviewing concepts. I'm sure the kiddos love the popular characters :) Thank you for sharing!

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    Jun. 4, 2013
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Downloads: 49

Nice use of Studio to get

Nice use of Studio to get people engaged. I can see using this template in any subject area. I do quite a bit of MimioStudio training and can use this activity to gauge what my class already knows about the technology.

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    Apr. 12, 2013
Tom Caine
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Tom Caine
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Very good game,adaptable to whatever topic you're about to present. Very good to practice before an exam, instead of writing a lot of practice. Ludic way for testing orally, whatever objective you pretend to reach. Thanks for sharing

  • Posted:
    Feb. 24, 2013
Posted by
Lorraine Bejarano
Downloads: 45


I loved it. I used it last class and my students totally enjoyed it. This is a great piece of material. It is adaptable, enjoyable, easy to follow... well a nice way to keep your student engage to the lesson.

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    Feb. 23, 2013
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Downloads: 20


I really like your game board. The characters you chose are great for the students to relate to. This game is so easily adaptable to any subject area. I will definitely be using this one in my classroom!

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    Feb. 16, 2013
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