Gallery Walks are always a great way to get students up and moving, while practicing specific skills or reviewing concepts. The concept is simple and very low-prep. Write review questions on chart paper throughout the room. This can be used with any subject! Students work in pairs or triads to solve each problem/answer each question. After setting a timer (usually no more than 5 minutes), groups move to the next chart, and so on.
These pictures are from the end of last year, so don't think we've already covered these concepts!! :)You can make a recording sheet, but I just have students use their math notebooks to record answers. (Remember low-prep!) It is a very non-threatening activity and encourages collaboration! At the end of the period, we review answers together and it is a good gauge as to which students need more practice.
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