As I'm typing this, students are working on the final.
One good thing about it is they're allowed to talk about it - it's even encouraged. And they can come back and finish it tomorrow. So, if there's something they didn't understand, they should look through the review guide and figure out whatever it is they were struggling with.
Here's the link to the review guide, again.
I'm sorry I haven't kept up with the blog so well these past few weeks. I want you to know that I appreciated all the responses I received for Pictionary. I'm still hoping to post some of the funnier ones.
We did stations Monday and Tuesday of this week as well for a review. I wanted to post about that, but the pictures don't look as good as I want them to.
If students study with an adult for at least 10 minutes with an adult, they can get extra credit. Adults just have to sign a piece of paper saying they did this.
Of course, there's always the geography games as well.You should know that I ask students to locate Afghanistan on the map on the test. That's not on the geography game... so I would double-check the location of that one. And maybe Pakistan, too. Even though I think most students can find India, and most students can remember that Pakistan broke away from India, I'm not sure they're finding Pakistan on its own.