Whether you’re giving a standardized test or just reviewing for a classroom test, here is a surefire and fun test prep activity. Your students will be hooked by the sheer element of surprise and above all – movement. This throwing pretend snowballs transition is a great way to help keep students motivated to finish test prep work.
Fast and Fun Test Prep Reward
As students are nearing the end of the testing preparations, it’s time to pull out the stops. Encourage students to crumple up their completed test prep paperwork and throw it to a designated place in the classroom. It’s a fun way to be “done” and you can even choose a few papers to randomly reward with edible “snow balls” as they continue to work. It’ll keep them encouraged by doing something out of the ordinary!
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