I made the big poster board already to hold the big spinner. For some reason the bigger it is and more detail it has the more fun the kids have. Lots of painting and glitter to be done on that still. I'll probably have the kids do that so it can count towards their art class.
Each kid, since their at different levels, will have their own set of questions. I figure if a younger one wants a harder question they get extra points.
Then the prizes.... Hmmm well I have a 9 and 8 year old and two preschoolers. Of course cool erasers and pencils. Everyone likes those. But the younger ones are the only ones into stickers still. I'll just hit the Family Dollar and pick up little things. Those growing sponges are pretty cool.
It's fun for the kids and once again they have no idea their learning. A neat little trick to mix things up. No one likes reading books all the time. Scavenger hunts, games, field trips out of the blue for in person learning and hands on trial and error is what makes home school mountains above traditional schooling.