This product includes:
-15 "I Have...Who Has" cards to use for African Kingdoms/ Medieval Africa vocabulary review
-Detailed directions on how I use these in my classroom.
*The cards are shown in order and can be printed as an answer key.
*My students BEG to play this game. They enjoy timing how l
This is very convenient and useful.
1. Foreward And Dedication For This Publication
2. Where To Locate Civil War Primary Source Documents
3. A. Mississippi's Declaration Of Secession,
4. B. Viriginia's Declaration Of Secession,
5. C. The Emancipation Proclamation
6. D. The Gettysburg A
Animal name matched with their skin or fur to make mini puzzles. Adding the puzzle component will help students who may not be able to read as easily. These animals are all animals you would see in a safari!
This activity helps students learn and practice key information about ancient Mali in a fun and interactive way.
This "I Have, Who Has" deck contains 12 cards, as well as extras if you want to add the deck. Play in small groups or let students work in partners!
The picture support is great for
DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN CLASS TODAY! This is a lot of fun. Imagine a famous comic book country in Africa is under attack by an angry terrorist. You are the only one who can save your country! Along the way, students will go to different places and learn different terms that have to do with Afr