Students in Ms. Brafman’s fourth grade class at Bowling Green Elementary School, in the East Meadow School District, reviewed math concepts on Oct. 15 in the form of a game resembling the Jeopardy television show. As practice for an upcoming test, they formed two teams and took turns choosing questions from a “Jeopardy” board that was displayed on a Smart Board screen.

Students were challenged to answer questions in the categories of place value, addition and subtraction, estimation, comparing numbers and movement. They solved problems on paper and showed their work, then locked in their answers by sounding a buzzer.

—Brian Stieglitz

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