**19. SNOWBALL STEP-BY-STEP**(Questioning, Feedback)

**Description:**This unique version, from the teacher classic “Snowball Fight,” is fun and fast-paced for mathematics.

**Application:**Use this protocol as a way for students to have fun solving mathematical problems that have more than one step.

**Process:**Before class, prepare a list of math problems requiring multiple steps; the number of problems should be equal to the number of students in class. Select problems that are similar in the amount of steps needed to solve and place one problem on one sheet of paper. Repeat. Hand out individual sheets to students and instruct them to crumple their sheet into a snowball. Tell students that at the signal, they will throw the snowball and when the signal is given, they will pick up a snowball and complete one step of the problem. Tell them to repeat the process (crumpling, throwing, reviewing and correcting as needed) until the problems have been solved. When students are back in their seats with an unfurled paper, remind them that they are to make sure that the problem has been solved correctly. Pair students and tell them to explain to each other how the problem was solved.

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**19. Snowball Step-by-Step**

http://mathequalslove.blogspot.com/2012/09/snowball-fight.html