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IDEAL | Buzz Off: The Original Nerve Tingling Buzzer Game! | Kids Games | For 1+ Players | Ages 4+

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If anyone forgets to say BUZZ or says BUZZ in the wrong place, they are out, and they must sit down. The counting continues until the children reach ten / twelve times four (at the teacher’s discretion), after which the children start again at one.

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The player next in line after “legs” is called sits out for the duration of the game. The game continues to become competitive until there are two people left in the game. Different spelling words are selected until the last person is out! This process is confusing for students with limited understanding of the number sequence or knowledge of multiples

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Basically, each word is written one letter at a time, regardless of how many there are! This will help your child to progressively learn the spelling of the word and its letter combinations. This activity is also recommended to do before those big spelling tests. Children also are able to visualise the pronunciation of the words, letter by letter. Students can use the words in their spelling list to write out silly sentences which best amuse them. This highly encourages young children to use their wild imagination, and write extraordinary sentences with their spelling words. Each person goes around and says a letter to spell out the spelling word (no peeking!). If someone misspells the word, they are eliminated and must sit out. Once the whole word is spelt correctly, the remaining players continue to say “buzz”, “off”, “hairy”, “legs”. This game is suited for energetic children, or even for the whole family! Students can gain an understanding of their spelling words, whilst absorbing some Vitamin D as well! Every spelling list always has that one word that students struggle to spell (or even say). Hence, Word of the Week is always the best way to go!

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To add that bit of pizazz, different shapes and coloured words can be used to make their sentences stand out even more! Not only will this increase their word vocabulary, but your child will be able to adapt to bigger and more complex words and understand its meaning. Although there are possibly alternative rules played across the country, the basic set-up of the game Buzz is that all students in the class stand up. The teacher will nominate a number, for example 5, and students will begin counting forwards be one going around the room (or circle) with each student saying the next number in the sequence. When students arrive at a multiple of the nominated number, instead of saying the number, the student will instead say “Buzz!”. If students either miss the count or say the number instead of saying “Buzz!” they are out of the game and need to sit down. Play continues until one student remains or the count reaches a given end target. The following alternative games allow students to practice their ability to recall the number sequence and identify multiples of numbers, but do not penalise students for suggesting incorrect answers.Writing out its definition below the word is a bonus. That way, it is clear what the meaning is, and the word can be used in correct context. 4. Silly Sentences There are a number of variations for this game, which can be tried when the children have mastered the original:

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As a variation for older children, tell the children that the aim of the game is to count to 50 – simple, right? Except all multiples of the chosen number must be replaced by the word ‘Buzz.’ For example, if the buzz number was multiples of 5, play would go – 1,2,3,4,buzz,6,7,8,9,buzz,11,12…etc. If a child makes a mistake play begins (for the whole group) again at 1. For a little competition, there should be at least 3 or more people. A word is selected from the homework spelling list (the bigger the better!). One child (chosen by the teacher) counts “1”. The child to his left then counts “2”. The next child counts “3”, and so on. When the children reach a multiple of four, they have to say “BUZZ”. So, the next child says “BUZZ”, and the child after him/her continues by counting “5”. Buzz Off Hairy Legs’ is highly recommended for students (like myself) who love a little adrenaline and fun in a game. It’s exciting – the countdown to see who gets out can motivate the student to spell the words correctly, and fluently. 2. Spelling Ball Rather than saying “buzz’ on selected multiples students could say the correct number and perform an action

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Coming home on a Monday afternoon ready to start their homework. Pulling out mountains of books and worksheets, ready to face the biggest challenge yet – learning close to 25 new words before the big test on Friday. Understanding these spelling words and their letter structures can enhance and build on your child’s everyday vocabulary. It will also give them a boost in confidence and self-motivation towards their learning, as this can also be applied in the classroom.

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The sequence should therefore go like this: 1… 2… 3… BUZZ… 5… 6… 7… BUZZ… 9… 10… 11… BUZZ… 13… etc. This is a fun game to play when you have a few moments to spare as the sense of anticipation builds great excitement. It’s great for revising multiplication facts but it can also be played as a simpler counting game with younger children. In addition, students will be motivated to spell their words correctly and will write their sentences in the correct context.

Try playing the game using two multiplication tables. For example, say BUZZ when they reach a multiple of four, and say FIZZ when they reach a multiple of five. If they reach a multiple of four and five, say FIZZBUZZ!

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