4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin Board Kit

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Think apps are only for smartphones and ipads? Think again! Create an interactive bulletin board for your classroom that challenges students to a game of 4 Pics 1 Vocab Word using 15 vocabulary words from all decades of American History. Each of the 15 words has 4 picture clues which is a total of 60 picture clues!!

Complete with over 50 pages of printables, this kit contains everything you need to set up an interactive bulletin board and get your students critically thinking. After all, photos are an excellent way to learn and remember vocabulary. I have included both lowercase and uppercase letters for the word bank because we both know how important it is to use proper punctuation. Also included with this kit is a list of different implementation ideas to get the ball rolling.

Vocabulary Words included:
maize
conquistador
minutemen
loyalist
segregation
cotton gin
depression
suffrage
cash crop
boycott
Forty Niner
sweatshop
dictator
flapper
terrorism

4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin Board Kit by Sarah Enos is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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53
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Teaching Duration
1 Year

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4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin
4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin
4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin
4 Pics 1 Vocab Word: American History Interactive Bulletin