Colonial Times Bingo-
Is it time to review some important vocabulary/terms about colonization with your class? If so, then this Colonial time period game on important terms and vocabulary may fit perfectly into your class lesson plans.
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I designed this "Colonial Time"game for use with my 4th graders, but I would imagine it could be used with any grade that studies the following economics terms.
To give you an idea of some of the answers on the board, here are a few: Pilgrims, James Oglethorpe, Jamestown, Plantation, Cash Crop, John Rolfe, Bread Basket..... many more!
When the students go to play, each student will get a colonial themed BINGO board. They will also get a sheet that has 28 answer cards. They will take a few minutes to cut out the answer cards and decide where they want to glue them on their BINGO board. They will mix them up, so that all boards in the class will most likely be different. Four cards will be left over, so not every kid will have every answer.
If you want to 'recycle' the boards year after year, just have this year's class make the boards, color them, etc. Get them laminated, and you can reuse year after year.
The teacher then has 28 question cards dealing with the colonial times (vocabulary/terms) along with the answers printed on the question cards. The teacher will pull one card at a time and read it aloud........... more specific directions beyond this are given in the packet, but you get the point. :-)
This is a fun way to end a unit on the colonial times and review before the unit test. Also, this would be something great to pull out toward the end of the year before your yearly standardized testing when it has been months since you have covered the content.
Have fun with this game.
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For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.