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Levstik, Linda S.; Barton, Keith C. (2011-04-12). Doing History: Investigating With Children in Elementary and Middle Schools (Kindle Locations 8251-8289). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.
Missing letter — write out spelling word and have one person cover a letter. The guesser has to figure out which letter is missing.
Word Detective — Write all the words on the board and have the students study them. Tell them to cover their eyes and then change one word so it’s wrong. Have them figure out which word it is.
There’s always hangman.
Number detective — list the math facts and let students study them. Then change one and have the students figure out which.
Gremlin — students write out math facts they have trouble with. Study them. One student is the gremlin and hides the answer for a problem. Group has to figure out the missing answer and explain how you know.