On Nijay K Gupta's blog, he describes a Kuklos Eudaimonias (Wheel of Fortune) game he is using to teach Greek. He also asked for some other such fun tools for teaching Greek. Some suggestions:
- The latest edition of Croy's Grammar comes with a CD that has some great extras. Croy has some silly 'quizzes' that are really funny and also some inventive, instructional songs (e.g., "Eight Forms a Word" sung to the Beatles "Eight Days a Week").
- In my classes, we memorize the Lord's Prayer, and we also sing Ho Ihsous me agapa (Jesus Loves Me).
- A former student (thanks, JW!) adapted a PowerPoint into a Jeopardy style game for Greek grammar. Here's my version you can download. It should be pretty easy to figure out how to make your own questions/answers.
- If you want to do something with classical Greek, here's a games page and don't miss Αρειος Ποτηρ και η του Φιλοσοφου Λιθος*