This game is quick, fun and at times super silly!
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You’ll need one magnetic spinner*. If you haven’t read my full post on the winner spinner you won’t want to miss it! It gives you a long list of game ideas that are so easy to run and super fun for the kids. Check out the full post here.
On a whiteboard or chalkboard, draw a circle and divide it into two sections. Write the words Fact and Opinion.
Choose a student to come to the front of the group to spin. Give the child a word to use in his/her sentence. The child then has to speak a fact or opinion (depending on what was spun) using that word. Once the child is done, he/she can choose the next person. Continue play until everyone has had a turn or the allotted time runs out!
Words that I have used for this game are below. You can use these words, or whatever thematic words your students are working on.
New York City
We played this game after writing the Chopsticks vs. Forks and Knives prompt.