Reading: sight words, phonics, rhyming words
Vocabulary: any subject
Math: addition, subtraction, fractions, algebra
History: facts, names and dates
Party games: action phrases, truth or dare
There are many more ways than the ones I’ve listed. Adrianne has a page on her blog where you can submit ways you have thought of playing Brain Tower. Another great thing about this game is you could use it in centers, one on one, tutoring…maybe even homework time.
The Best Part…
Adrianne wants everyone to be able to have one in their classroom. She is currently giving away two games to Teaching Blog Addict readers who sign up through her blog, and you can also order one from her blog shop, and she will give you 15% off if you do the following very simple 3 things for her.
Very simple. Write about it (you could even RT the tweet that comes from this post), subscribe, and follow.
Check out her video here on my blog and then head on over to KidsCogWorks to get your own Brain Tower today. I know you’ll love it because I do too.