Students can play as teams of two or individually.
Fantastic tool for teaching Federalism. Played this game along with my Federalism Board Game the day before our Federalism Test and the class averages were in the 90% or above in all classes except one, which had a class average of 88%.
I generally play this with half my class while the other half plays the Federalism Board Game https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Federalism-Board-Game-2415028.
I have them switch half way through class.
I have both bundled together for a lower price. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Federalism-Board-Game-and-Card-Game-Bundle-2415065
It really is a GREAT way for students to learn Federalism.
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