Our students love this game so much we had to make a second round of phrases!
This game may leave your students in a pit of misery when they see the answers. It’s a powerpoint game where players are shown a real, actual statement that someone has written, and they must decipher what the actual phrase or word is. Put another way, we thought of calling this game either ‘Phoenetically speaking’ or ‘how I hear it’. Think of the title of it, Missouri = misery.
Students, either as up front volunteers competing, or as teams, must correctly identify the phrase, and get a point for each correct round.
This download comes with 11 rounds of questions and answers, all as individual slides for easy upload to pro presenter or similar software. It also comes preloaded and ready to go in a powerpoint presentation and as a keynote presentation for Macs.