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This trivia game is a great way for students to review basic digital citizenship concepts.This resource downloads as a zip file that contains a link for the presentation in Google Slides as well as the same presentation in PowerPoint. If you have access to PowerPoint I recommend using the PowerPoint
3rd - 5th
Teach students about digital citizenship with this super fun I Have...Who Has? game. This 36 card set is a fast-paced way to learn about and review appropriate computer and online behavior both at school and at home. Topics include: social media, privacy, online bullying, citing sources, downloading
Digital Citizenship can be a challenging topic to teach and discuss with elementary students. This no-tech game is an excellent way to assess your students' knowledge, both as a pretest and post test that kids will actually like! SCOOT is an engaging and fun game that can be used to review or rein
Looking for an engaging way to teach good citizenship? This scoot game will get your students up and moving while they learn about what good citizenship is. This activity is a fun, hands on way to help give kids a clear idea of how they can practice citizenship at school, home and in the community.T
Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!This lesson can be used as a review for the US Citizenship test. The breakout was planned using this practice test from the Department of US Citizenship and Immigration Services. The questions used for pla
This is an online safety trivia game that is a lot of fun to play and a great review of how to be safe online.
This Digital Citizenship Bundle includes two great products!Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Jeopardy (also sold as part of my Jeopardy games bundle) is an easy way to make digital citizenship fun! A great way to introduce or review with students to internet safety and being responsible on-li
This Canadian Government and Citizenship Jeopardy-style trivia game is intended as a fun review of key facts about the three levels of government (federal, provincial, & municipal) in Canada, the electoral process, citizenship, rights & responsibilities, Canadian symbols and celebrations, an
The beginning of the year is a great time to introduce kids to the foundations of good citizenship and neighborly values with this set of resources designed either as a stand-alone unit on citizenship or as an add-on to a larger unit on the standard community topics of workers and places. It fe
Looking for a fun way to get your students talking, moving, and collaborating? Look no further!This lesson can be used as a review for the US Citizenship test. The breakout was planned using this practice test from the Department of US Citizenship and Immigration Services. The questions used for pla
Citizenship: Responsibilities of a Good Citizen (Characteristics and Examples) Matching Game Sort - King Virtue's Classroom Students will love reviewing what you've taught them about the responsibilities of a good citizen with this matching game sort activity. A great way to review the characterist
2nd - 3rd
Server down? Kicked out of your lab because of a meeting or testing? Need a sub plan fast or just want to have an unplugged activity to reinforce Digital Citizenship? Then Digital Citizenship Bingo is a great solution for a lesson plan in a pinch and it can be used multiple times over the school y
This is an Internet Safety Trivia game with a fun twist. It has a few bonus blocks where a hacker pops up. The students get double the points if they can answer the hackers question. This is a fun way to learn about online safety.
Can you make it through the Naturalization Process and become a naturalized citizen? This Pathway to Citizenship board game takes students through the steps of the Naturalization Process, perfect for any middle school Civics or American Government class studying United States citizenship!I'm really
This resource includes 5 digital citizenship rule posters and discussion cards PLUS a fun Digital Citizen Certification Training program where students must work together to solve real scenarios they may encounter in the digital world. The students will work through the problems and earn a badge fo
This PowerPoint review game will cover all the basics of citizenship. The principles of Law of Blood and Law of Soil, as well as, the ideas of Rights, Obligations, and Responsibilities. There are 21 Multiple Choice and Yes/No questions that cover each of these ideas. There are scenarios, quotes,
5th - 12th
Playing Digital Citizenship Dominoes is a great way to review important terms and concepts as we prepare our students for the future. This UNPLUGGED product covers 28 terms with definitions and is an engaging and fun way for your students to expand their knowledge of what makes a good Digital Citiz
This 16 questions Jeopardy-like game is perfect for a quick review of communities and citizenship. Questions/prompts include: What is a citizen? Define community Why is citizenship important? And the identification of community types. My students loved it, and I hope yours will too!
This game set is a great way for students to review their knowledge of Digital Citizenship. The set includes two board games about the Digital Citizenship topics of Netiquette and Online Safety. Students choose a card, read the scenario, and then move either forward or backward as indicated on the
Citizenship GCSE board game collection for help with revising a variety of topics outlined below that are studied with in Citizenship GCSE. This is a print and play board game with everything you need to have an educational and fun board game revision lesson.Players: Up to 8 players (Best suited for
These Texas history activities for 4th grade feature a bingo game and assessment that use vocabulary related to citizenship, good citizens of Texas, the Texas Pledge, and Texas, Our Texas. Students create their own bingo cards by cutting out and attaching 24 choices onto a blank template, or you can
This game is an educational “Escape Room” / Breakout game designed to be a back-to-school intro activity or to reinforce social studies standards about citizenship: rules, laws, and voting. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, here is how to play the game: a group of players has 45 minutes to us
A PowerPoint citizenship review game! Students review USA symbols, rules, laws, and responsibilities, mayor, governor, and president, and more with multiple choice questions. Students are able to click the correct answer and the incorrect answers will disappear. There are some bonus questions at the
US Government and Citizenship Rodents and Moles English PowerPoint Game-An Original by-ESL Fun GamesBe sure to follow the link below and download the free read-only show before you buy it! Remember to download all of our new PowerPoint Game Templates and follow us while you’re at our store!Rodents a

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