A favorite game for all of my students is the “Whiteboard Game”. It is a game that I always use it the day before a test. Teams are made upon the students in each row. Every student gets a whiteboard, a dry-erase pen, and a paper towel. I put a problem up on the board. Students must work individually to solve the problem. Students then raise their board so I can check the answers. Once a board is up, the answer cannot be changed. If everyone in the row gets the correct answer, the row gets a point. The team with the most points at the end of class gets a piece of candy. It’s amazing that students get very competitive, even though the prize is only a dum-dum lollipop. I like it because I get to see if everyone is understanding the material. It makes for a quick formative assessment.