Earlier in the school year, my savvy ladies as well as my class participated in the Hour of Code Day. From that point on, they were hooked on coding. We started looking at a variety of coding opportunities online and I wanted to take it to the next level at home and in the classroom too.
The Code Master coding board game was an immediate hit. Although you can play alone, I enjoyed watching my class explore the new materials together and trying to figure out how to play. Immediately, pairs of boys and girls alike were interested to see how a coding board game compared to trying it on the computer.
Code Master programming logic game is definitely a way to ignite your mind. I found that when I sat with my students and asked what they were learning, I too learned something new.
As time went on and the class became more familiar with the game, I found that they wanted to play alone. This made it perfect to have more than one game so that others could play at the same time.
This game is still as popular as the day I first introduced it to my classroom. They love playing and use it as an incentive when they have finished their classwork.
Another great Think Fun game that I introduced to the class was the Math Dice Chase multiplication game. I love that it was invented by a teacher. This game was a big hit. It was a great way to practice multiplication skills and support all levels of learners.
If the game became too challenging, some of the groups of students started to turn it into an addition game. I liked that it was versatile like that. This mathematical hot potato was a great way to enhance our math learning in the class and practice basic facts in a fun way.
These two Think Fun games would make an excellent addition to your classroom or to your games at home. They are a lot of fun really make you think quickly.
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