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Download Class Time Bomb for the Interactive Whiteboard

Happy Everyday English Class Time Bomb

Class Time Bomb for Students and Teachers

This class Time Bomb is a fun game and tool that you can easily use in your classroom.  It is easy to use game that is fun to use during a warm up activity and review time.  The Time Bomb timer can be set to 30, 60, 90, or 120 seconds.  When activated the time bomb will begin to count down.  When it reaches zero, it explodes! 

This game can be played simply by starting the application.  It doesn't need to be installed nor does it need any other software to use it.

Check below and you can read about how to use this game in your class with an interactive whiteboard or when teaching online.



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How to Use the Class Time Bomb Game

1. Warm Up Question Review

Warming up your class and reviewing with a time bomb game is a lot of fun and super easy!  Follow these steps to practice any content.  Simply follow these steps to review in a fun, frantic, and fast paced way.


  • Load the Class Time Bomb on your interactive whiteboard / class computer. 

  • Line your students up one by one.

  • When you're ready to begin the game, choose a time.

  • Now it's time to starting asking questions.  You can ask your students any questions you'd like.  These questions can be related to your previous classes, the topic of your current lesson (if they've studied similar things before), or just general questions about the students.

  • If the current student answers the question correctly, hit the yes/check button and the class gets a point.  The current student should move to the back of the line.

  • If they answer the question incorrectly, you can hit the no/X button.  This knocks a bit of time off the timer.  Ask that student a new question.  (If you don't want to use this feature, just disable the Penalty on the start screen).

  • When the time bomb explodes, the game ends.

  • Optional: If you wish, you could play the game again and challenge students to beat their previous score.

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2. Time Bomb Flashcard Clash

For this version of the game, you can have teams compete to name as many flashcards as they can before the bomb explodes.  Here's how to play this game:

  • Divide your students into teams.

  • Choose a team to play.  Have them line up in front of the board.

  • When your students are ready and you have your flashcards in hand, press the 30 seconds time on the interactive whiteboard.

  • Show a card to the first student and he or she should name it.  If they can, they get a point (press the yes/check button).

  • That student moves to the back of the line.

  • Repeat this process until the bomb explodes. 

  • Keep track of this team's points.  Perhaps write it on the board.

  • Now, have another team come to the front and play the game as well.

  • Do this for each team until all teams have had their chance to play.  The team with the most points wins.

Need some flashcards to play with this game?  Check out the free no prep interactive lessons here on my site.  All of them have flashcards to go along with them!  Check the lessons out here.

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