This is a variation of the popular "I Have, Who Has?" game using terms related to the American Revolution.
If you are not familiar with "I Have, Who Has?" here is how it works:
1. Cut out each of the strips of paper along the dotted lines. Each strip will have one line that says "I have..." with a term, and one line that says "Who has..." with a definition. I like to laminate my strips so that I can re-use the set.
2. Give each student a strip. Make sure that all of the strips have been given out. If needed, give some students two.
3. Pick a student to start. That student reads the "Who has..." line. All students must actively listen to the definition to see if they have the term that matches.
4. The student that has the term that matches the definition just read announces to the class "I have..." and reads the term. Then he or she reads the "Who has..." line on their own strip.
5. Once the student who started the game announces their term, the game is over. If the students got all of the answers right, it will have ended in a circle (the person who started the game ends it).
My students LOVE using this game for reviewing before a test. I will time each class period to see how fast they can complete the circle. I then give the winning class a few extra credit points on their test. They love the competition and it keeps all students engaged, since everyone must participate in order for the game to work.
The Stamp Act of 1764
The Coercive Acts
The Battle of Trenton
The Battle of Lexington
The Declaration of Independence
E pluribus unum
Marquis de Lafayette
Bernardo de Galvez
The First Continental Congress
Battle of Yorktown
The Sugar Act of 1764
The Second Continental Congress
The Battle of Bunker Hill
The Boston Tea Party
The Battle of Saratoga