Are you looking for a FUN way to REVIEW content from throughout the year? Look no further than Stinky Feet! Simply put, Stinky Feet is the most engaging review game. It will leave your students begging for more, and this complete digital PowerPoint game makes it easier than ever to play!
What is Stinky Feet?
Stinky Feet is a cooperative review game played in teams. After each question, teams who answered correctly are able to draw for points, both positive and negative, with the goal of being the winning team by the end. The inclusion of positive and negative points mean every team is in the game until the last possible moment keeping engagement high and students working hard!
Why Digital Stinky Feet?
I wanted a way to make playing Stinky Feet even easier for both students and teachers! This digital version allows you to simply open this read-only PowerPoint, set it to presentation mode, and play away. This means less prep time for you! You can download this game one minute, and be playing it the next.
What Is Included In This Resource?
PDF with Directions and Tips
Printable Scoresheet to Keep Point Tracking Easy
Read-Only PowerPoint with 20 Day and Night Questions and Answers along with 20 opportunities to earn points complete with action buttons to move you through the game
**The questions in this review game are built around the TEKS, particularly 5.8(C) and are meant to tie closely to questions you would find on the Texas standardized test for 5th grade science. This standard calls for students to demonstrate that Earth rotates on its axis once approximately every 24 hours causing the day/night cycle and the apparent movement of the Sun across the sky.
Why Should I Play Stinky Feet?
To engage your students in meaningful, cooperative review without hitting them with another worksheet!
This PowerPoint game is ready to play in read-only mode using PowerPoint or Google Slides. You will NOT be able to make edits to the game as it is. If you would like a completely editable version of the Stinky Feet Game please check out the Editable Template.
Created by Alyssa Roetheli of Teaching in the Fast Lane - Visit My Store