Yesterday, I posted this resource on Twitter and people went mad for it, and I asked if it would be useful and people said yes… so here it is!
The “imposter” is the answer which is different to the rest. Each slide practises a different part of arithmetic (I only have half hour sessions, hence there only being 5 questions). We found that this was great for promoting conversation and using mathematical language. My children are used to doing ‘odd one out’ type questions (as we do these regularly!), so it may take a little bit of explaining if your children are not familiar with Among Us/odd one out questions.
I’ve left my starter slide and my finishing slide on too – in case that’s of any use to anyone!
As always, I’d love to know if this is any use to you! Feel free to download, edit for your lessons, share with colleagues or your online learning platforms! But please don’t put this on any websites claiming them as your own – a little credit (either of my blog, my twitter @eenalol or my instagram @thisgeordieteaches) goes a long long way! Please spread the love and share this as far and as wide as you wish! Us teachers need to stick together in hard times like these!
If you have any questions about how I use this, please feel free to get in touch!
2 thoughts on “FREEBIE: Among Us template”
This is great! I came from the template,but I really like your fist page with the rules on. Will be sharing with my colleagues – thank you for sharing so much free content!
Thank you so much for sharing this! I have shared with my colleagues as I think this will work brilliantly with a range of concepts across KS3 & KS4; in fact, I have just adapted to use in a KS3 English lesson. Thank you again!