Speed dating review game
Our desks are currently set-up in a "U" formation, so this works well. Before I had individual whiteboards, we would use laminated paper or paper in page protectors - basically anything with a wipe-off surface.
We sat at low, wooden tables and talked literature for four minutes - to the sound of other punters gently playing ping pong in the background - before it was time to move on to the next bookworm. We used an app (Mixeo) to record any romantic intentions and added book recommendations, too.
At the end of the four minutes, I call out "Speed Date Switch".
The one side of the line moves one seat to the left and the other side of the line moves one seat to the right.
We're deep into our multiplication and division unit right now, and this is how we practice using the traditional algorithm.
Basically, set your students up in pairs so they are facing eachother - long rows of desks or tables work the best for this.