It’s like Mario Kart’s Battle Mode! But all you’ll need is a bunch of paperclips.
Got ten minutes to spare and a bunch of mini clothespins (or colorful paperclips) kicking around? BOOM. You’ve just entered a class-wide Clothespin Battle Mode. Thanks for the inspiration @KBynumEDU!! #tlap #EDrenaline pic.twitter.com/d4IYsesM7I
— John Meehan (@MeehanEDU) March 20, 2019
How To Play:
Clear all of the desks to the side of the classroom so that you’ll have created a giant “pool.” Each student clips three clothespins on their sleeves and drops everybody into the pool to move about freely while asking content-related questions of their fellow classmates. Get a question wrong, and the person who stumped you gets to steal one of your clothespins and claim it as their own. Lose all three clothespins and you’re out. Last player standing wins—or set a timer to see how many clothespins each player has left when time expires.
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