Today, I am excited to link up with Manic Monday at Classroom Freebies.
Have you ever tried playing Scoot with your students? If not, what are you waiting for? It is a great way to get your kids up and moving. It is also a great way to review without using a worksheet. I am also able to walk around the room and do a quick informal assessment while the kids are working and provide support and reteaching as needed on an individual or small group basis.
If you would like to see a game of Scoot in action, check out this video I found on Pinterest. This is not exactly what it looks like in my classroom, but it will give you an idea of how you might be able to use it in your classroom.
My students are younger than those shown in the video, so I do not require that they follow a certain order. In other words, I allow them to answer the questions in any order. I do like how the teacher in the video uses music during the game.
I find the simplest way to play Scoot is using task cards. There are task cards available for almost any topic imaginable and for all grade levels from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
If you would like to try Scoot, in your classroom, click on the image below for your own copy of the task cards I made to use in my class today. I am offering them as a FREEBIE!
If you are looking for other task card sets to use in your classroom, check out some of my other recent creations.
Thanks for stopping by! Please take a moment to leave a comment below....I would love to hear about some of your favorite activities that make learning fun!