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    • Congratulations Roseanne! You are one of two winners of my Property Progression game! I will email it to you shortly! Thanks so much for stopping by and being such a huge support!

  1. What great idea. I really love how it makes them think about what the property is with the picture, example, and describing. Too often students get in the habit of just memorizing definitions and they forget to really think about what the terms mean.

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    • Thanks, Lisa! Memorizing properties really becomes an issue when you throw in the “not a property” possibility in higher levels and when you start proof! Thanks so much for stopping by and being such a huge support!

  2. This is great! I love that there are three ways in which to answer each question. Surely someone in the team of players is stronger at one type or another and can help their teammates out. Makes for a great cooperative group activity!

    • Thanks so much Brook! I really like how the revamp came out! I plan to make more differentiated games as well šŸ™‚ Thank you for stopping in and for all of your support!

  3. I really like the Cranium type options … really gets at higher order thinking. The choice to differentiate for different groups is g-r-e-a-t with the same basic materials! Nice. šŸ™‚

    • Congratulations Stephanie! You are one of two winners of my Property Progression game! I will email it to you shortly! Thanks so much for stopping by and being such a huge support!

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