Power Point Games
Ashland
 

Non Linear Interactive power point.  You will discover below examples that will represent one of each of the Power Points Assignments you must complete for this class.  Choose 3 of
the five Examples to assist you in this assignment.  You may wish to use the examples as a template.


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  Examples of Power Point Games  Videos
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Multiple Choice

MULTIPLE CHOICE

Video 1   Introduction

Basic Videos are on this web page  if you need additional help with Power Point

Video 2   Setting up
Video 3   Hyper linking

Multiple Choice
Example

Big Bang Theory

This is another example showing you how easy it is to create a power point game for your class.

 
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Jeopardy

 

Spanish Basic Info Change the
Hyperlink Color
Hyperlink
Mouse Over

Eliminate
Shadow
Note: Must first save power point in 2010 format.

5 Chinese Brothers VIDEO  VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO
 
Polar  Express  
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Straight PP Game
#1 Power Point Game 10 Questions

#2 Power Point Game 20 Questions

*You must watch Video #1 below prior to down loading this Power Point game!

Very easy Power Point game.  I have placed two power point (10) & (20) questions.  You decided which one or both is best for you.  You will discover that this one will really surprise you as to how easy it is to adjust to your classroom with just the 1 video.  You must watch and save the power point to your computer to obtain the contents of the power point.  

You need to know how to use the snipping tool.  This will allow you to easily place pictures per question.

To get to the snipping tool click on Start - All programs then go to Accessories scroll down.

Video #1
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Non Linear

What's in a Name  
5

Millionaire

Millionaire
Measuring Matter
 
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Smarter than a 5th Grader

Smarter than a 5th Grader
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Note:  These two games may be adjusted by you very easily.   If the student gets the answer correct you simply click on the money squares to give them money awarded and move on to the next question.

 

 
Non Linear Interactive
 
Power Point
Math Grades K-1-2

 
Created by Richmond Heights Teachers:
Joann Ciomek

Maureen Thompson

Suzanne Simon