This game was a BIG success with my 5th graders. It's called "Think Fast". First i split the class into two even teams. Then i give each team member a #. Now their should be 2 number ones, twos...sevens, eights, etc - 1 on team 1 and another on team 2. The i call a number, that person from each team comes to the front of the class. I am holding a giant plush dice. You can use any object as long as its soft. I tell them to look at the PPT slide. The PPT is really basic. Each slide shows a picture of a subject, for ex - "english class" AND a day of the week at the top, for ex "Saturday". Then i tell the students to put their hands behind their backs. Then i say 1 of 3 words - "Today", "Tomorrow", or "Yesterday". As soon as the student hears my word and knows the sentence, they must snatch the dice/soft object and say the sentence. For the example, "English Class and Saturday", i say "Tomorrow!" The students who grabbed the dice first would have to say "I have English Class on Sunday". If i had said today the sentence would be "I have English class on Saturday". If i had said
"yesterday!" the sentence would be "I have english class on Friday".
I have included the "today, tomorrow, yesterday" key as well. Of course, you can make up your own slides if you'd rather. This game can be used for a variety of topics, grades, and lessons.