WHO: Teachers looking for a way to engage students while they test financial questions.
HOW: Students go to http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/games/trainingcamp/ff/play/. They select Single Player or Head to Head then they choose difficulty (age level: 11-14, 14-18, 18+), and game length (5, 10, or 20 minutes). After choosing the teams playing, followed by a coin flip, the game will begin. The game starts with kickoff to determine where on the field the game will start. The plays on the field are determined by whether or not that students answer questions correctly. Students are given the choice over Easy, Medium, or Hard difficulty with each question. If the player on defense answers a more difficult question, the offense will most likely lose yards. If the offense answers correctly, they will gain. Highest score at the end of the time period wins.
WHEN: Financial Football is a great way to review materials covered in Personal Finance. There are no options for teachers to select/write questions, capture data, review results. Students interested in football will be engaged, so this may be an interesting option for a whole-class review game before a test.