Pokemon Typhoon Set

Objective
Use a game as a review tool

Introduction

This is a personal adaptation of the basic typhoon game that most students will be familiar with, but with the fun and excitement of Pokemon !

Resources

  1. 6 characters: Red, Blue, Green, Brock, Misty, and Professor Oak
  2. 6 Pokemon: Squirtle, Ivysaur, Charizard, Pikachu, Electrode, and Mewtew
  3. 8 Eevee letters (A-H)
  4. 8 Baby Pokemon numbers (1-8)
  5. Pokeball/Pokemon set

Before the Lesson

All print outs are saved as PDFs and are sized for A4 paper.

Printing Sets

  • 1 character set
  • 1 Pokemon set
  • 1 Eevee letter set
  • 1 Baby Pokemon set
  • Pokeballs – 13 sheets (2 x 13 = 26 Pokeballs)
  • Each Pokemon set twice (6 Pokemon x 4 times = 26 total)

Cut out Pokemon/Pokeball set and glue together before cutting. After printing laminate and attach magnets on back side of Pokeball for use.

Actvity

  1. Arrange as many Eevee letters across the board as you like
  2. Arrange as many Baby Pokemon numbers across the board as you like; creating a grid pattern
  3. Place Pokeballs randomly
  4. Each team is assigned a character
  5. Explain point system:
  • Squirtle – lowest amount of points (ie. 10)
  • Ivysaur – middle amount of points (ie. 15)
  • Charizard – highest amount of points (ie. 25)
  • Pikachu – minus amount of points (ie. -5)
  • Electrode – sets team back to zero points
  • Mewtwo – steals all points from other team

The way you play this game is up to you and has an infinite amount of possibilities for expanding. Included are the normal Pokemon format that you can use as a reference for your point system.

How to play !

Students must answer your question/grammar point/trivia and if they answer correctly they can then pick one of the Pokeballs. Teams are assigned points accordingly. Once all the Pokeballs are gone the game is over.

Characters1.72 MB
Letters1.17 MB
Numbers1.05 MB
Lesson Topics
Duration
Elementary
3,
4,
5,
6
Junior High
1,
2,
3
High School
1,
2,
3
Special
ICP
Resources
Printed game pieces