Here’s Mido Farid’s game of the week, this time for any level, right up to high school!
Just like the real game except that you use markers instead of darts (and you don’t throw the markers).
1. Draw a bulls-eye like the one above on the board.
2. Divide the class into two teams.
1. Choose a player to go first.
2. Ask this player a question (or to make a sentence, name a flashcard, etc.)
3. When they answer correctly give the student a marker and blindfold his/her eyes.
4. Spin them around several times. (Ask the class to count with you.)
6. Now, direct the student toward the bulls-eye. The student walks forward and touches the board with the tip of the marker. Hopefully the student makes a mark within the bulls-eye. (If not, get his team to shout, “Oh no!”)
7. Give the student’s team the appropriate number of points. Play until everyone has had a turn and then add up the scores. The highest score wins.
1. To teach or review with any vocabulary or sentence patterns.
2. Good for reviewing numbers and addition.
What do you think?