This is a whole class review game of key concepts, events, terms, and names from the American Revolution. This game has 28 playing cards. Have fun and happy teaching!
Each card will have an answer on the top and a question on the bottom. Students must listen carefully for the question that matches their answer. When they hear it, they will read their card. The person with the “Start” card begins. This continues until the last student reads “Finished”.
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American Revolution Storyboard
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