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Four Corners Sonic Dash

Download game fonts HERE and HERE

Having trouble downloading the PowerPoint version or editing the Google Slides version? CLICK HERE

(you do not need to request access to the file)

Game Features

  • A new spin on the classic 4 corners game

  • Sonic imagery, animations, and sound effects that bring the game to life

  • Easily add more rounds if wanting to make the game longer

  • Play as a reading or speaking game with an added writing component

  • Game worksheet and corner signs provided in the downloadable file

How to Play

  • Give each student a worksheet.

  • When the music starts, students must choose one of four corners in the classroom and go to it. When the music stops, time is up, and students can’t change their choice.

  • First, one by one, each corner of students will say their letter/word/sentence together.

  • Then, the teacher will reveal which corner got the good reward (1-3 points) and which corner got the bad reward (attacked by Dr. Eggman).

  • Students who are in the corner that got points mark them on their worksheets.

  • Students who are in the corner that got attacked do a Rock, Paper, Scissors battle against the teacher! (You choose how you want to format the RPS game. I usually play against all students in the corner at the same time, but feel free to do one by one as well.)

  • If a student wins the battle against the teacher, they stay standing, but if a student loses the battle, they go back to their seat.

  • Sitting students are not able to get points, but they have a chance to get back into the game. Instead of going to corner to choose it, they write the letter/word/sentence of the corner they choose on their worksheet.

  • If the corner the sitting student chooses gets rings/points, they can stand back up and come back into the game.

  • The student with the most points at the end of the game wins!


  • To play as a speaking game, use images instead of text in the boxes. A template for this version is also included as hidden slides at the end of the PowerPoint. Further in instructions on how to play and edit this version are found in the "notes" section of the PowerPoint.


No runtime information has been submitted yet for this number of students. If you have used it with your students and would like to share how long it took to play, please fill out the form on the last tab. It would be very much appreciated and would be a big help to other teachers like you! 

Questions & Feedback

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