Don't Catch Magikarp!

A quick Pokemon themed quiz game!


Here is a super small, 10 question quiz-style game I made using Pokemon-themed assests.

Once on the screen to bring up the opposing Pokemon, prompt, and options. Then, click on the Pokeball the students answer with. Then, click the (non-Magikarp) Pokemon to make it attack and knock-out the opposing Pokemon. Then, click anywhere that is not a Pokeball to move to the next slide.

Mine specifically tests using in, on, and at for times (date, days of the week, months, seasons, etc.), but you can change it to be any question with three options really.

To change the prompt above the Pokemon, I recommend just right-clicking to change the image if you want to keep the animation flowing.

I think this probably works best for a super small class or a single-student class. My class has only two second grade students (international school). If you try it with a larger class, let me know how it works! Additionally, please let me know if you find other grammar points it works well for!

I played a version where if they find a magikarp, I get a point, and if they knock out the pokemon, they get a point. However, I think you can elimiate the points system and it still works well.

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  • Don’t Catch Magikarp!.pptx (26.7 MB)
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    Submitted by noveena July 4, 2023 Estimated time: 5-10 minutes
    1. Danakco July 5, 2023

      Nice work! A great and charmingly little way to practice. I would highly reccomend this for JHS special needs.

    2. vaudeville July 5, 2023

      It’s a great design but the beach could be “on” or “at”. Also the picture on the trees and ski run could be “on” the mountain/ski run. “In” the forest/countryside etc might be confused too. Regardless, I will definitely be using this after editing just the pictures above the Pokémon. Very slick design.

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