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Take your students through a simulation where they get to be the emperor of Rome. Will they make wise decisions to prevent the collapse of the empire or will their decisions quicken its demise? Students face 16 scenarios where they choose from several options. If they choose wisely, they gain coins
History can be difficult for students to understand and experience. Simulations help students put themselves in the past, learning about history in an authentically engaging way. Students love simulations because they don't know what the final outcome will be. It's an exciting learning experience!Wa
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Teaching the Scientific Revolution? This activity will save you time and stress as you cover the content and address the standards in your classes!Students can investigate the beginning and major contributions of the Scientific Revolution with this Discovery Centers activity on the significant scie
In this game, the class is divided into six kingdoms. The members of each kingdom randomly choose a feudal position: monarch, lord, vassal, knight, peasant/serf. Before game play begins, students research their feudal position (worksheet included) and the monarch divides up the kingdom's wealth.The
This Explorer Activity Bundle contains all of my resources for teaching about European Explorers. Each resource is also available for individual purchase:1. Explorers Bingo, added digital version May 20202.Explorers Scavenger Hunt3.Explorer Chart4. Explorer Doodle Notes Bundle (digital version added
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This is a fun, exciting way to get your students to role-play as gladiators during the Roman Empire. Students will begin as a Gaul Warrior being taken prisoner leading them to the life of a gladiator. Following gladiatorial training school, students will experience the training, lifestyle, and fight
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Ancient Egypt and Ancient China: Contributions (Architecture, Inventions, the Calendar, and Written Language) to the Present World Venn Diagram Students will love practicing what you've taught them about the ancient world with this Ancient Egypt versus Ancient China sort activity! Using a Venn Diag
This activity gives students a chance to more fully explore and understand how the different parts of English colonial government functioned by giving them a chance to solve problems experienced by an actual English colony. Students will take on several different roles, and by acting out of their as
Follow the clues of the stolen Mona Lisa and see if you can determine who the real culprit was. Students will examine the top suspects in the greatest art theft in history and write about who they think took the painting.This lesson has been carefully researched for historical accuracy. The facts, s
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Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome: Architecture, Government, Arts, and Sports Venn Diagram Students will love practicing what you've taught them about the ancient world with this Ancient Greece versus Ancient Rome sort activity! Using a Venn Diagram, students will compare and contrast these two ancie
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European Explorers: Christopher Columbus, Juan Ponce de León, Jacques Cartier, Christopher Newport Matching Game Sort Students will love reviewing what you've taught them about the European explorers with this matching game sort activity. Fun and engaging! This set includes: 4 header cards 16 fact
This product includes 2 versions (easy and; difficult) multiple-choice tests for World War 2 designed for secondary World History. The tests also include common-core aligned questions (chart, map and political cartoon analysis and quote identification). The tests are editable so you can edit if nec
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This file is an interactive review game for Europe's geography, history, civics, and economics (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standards SS6G8, SS6G9, SS6G10, SS6G11, SS6CG4, SS6CG5, SS6E5, SS6E6, SS6E7, SS6H6, and SS6H7. Students will work together to answer 8 rounds worth of questions, and
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Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome: Human and Physical Characteristics Venn Diagram #2 Students will love practicing what you've taught them about the ancient world with this Ancient Greece versus Ancient Rome sort activity! Using a Venn Diagram, students will compare and contrast the human and physic
Getting ready to review before testing your students on this unit? Add something to your resource file with this fun and engaging file folder game! Included in the File: -overview and ideas of how to use this game and materials tips -rules, cards, and spinner page -visually appealing game board -3
World War I Simulation Game (Student Favorite!)This product is a game-changer for your World War I unit. Your students will love this game and ask to play again and again. Best of all, they will learn a lot about the war. The game is based off a realistic simulation of the First World War. Your stud
Students will play the role of King Louis XVI - the leader of France as the French Revolution erupted. Through a series of questions, students will be forced to make the same tough decisions that the King of France faced. A great way to introduce the French Revolution or the tough decisions he was p
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Ancient Egypt and Ancient China: Environment (Climate and Land) and Culture Venn Diagram Students will love practicing what you've taught them about the ancient world with this Ancient Egypt versus Ancient China sort activity! Using a Venn Diagram, students will compare and contrast these two ancie
The Black Death was one of the most devastating epidemics in human history. This fun, exciting, (and actually somewhat heartbreaking) dice game will transport your students back to medieval Europe! They need to try to have as few lives lost in their village and call upon Guy de Chauliac to save them
A Three Event Medieval Tournament INTRODUCTION: Medieval Knights were trained from boyhood to develop the skills necessary to be warriors. They needed to know how to fight on horses with a lance, how to use a sword, and how to shoot a bow and arrow. Tournaments were held to allow Knights the cha
This is an engaging and meaningful introductory tool to get your students acquainted with European explorers in Texas. This cootie catcher includes the following topics: - Outside Flaps: The Three G's of Exploration: - God - Gold - Glory - Inside Flaps:
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Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!Some of the topics coveredin this breakout include Renaissance artists (Michelangelo, Botticelli, and da Vinci), King Henry VIII, important events of the Reformation, inventions of the Renaissance, and the
Need a Reformation Day party idea? How about a round of Martin Luther bingo? Kids will enjoy playing this game to review the events of Martin Luther's life and the Reformation. This activity includes 40 different bingo cards and 71 questions/answers. A teacher's/leader's call sheet lists the 71
This bundle includes all of my products about Ancient Greece, Greek Gods, Ancient Rome, and the Middle Ages. This is a growing bundle and the price will increase as I add to it. When you buy it, you will get all the future additions to the pack for free.**This product is a download from DropBox and

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