Monday, July 24, 2017
Practice Structures: Slap it! Revisited
I wrote about Slap It! as a game for building fluency once before. The game is played like Slap Jack, except that you do not play with a standard deck of cards (use math problems instead) and the card that you slap, changes with each round.
Here is a link to the original post with more detailed directions on how to play the game. In that post, you will find two sample games. The first game is on the equations of circles and the second is on triangle trigonometry.
Here are two new games:
Grade 1: Attributes of Shapes Slap It!
Grade 6: Quadrants in the Coordinate Plane Slap It!