Industrial Revolution - Review Board Game (44 Industrial Revolution Questions) - This is a unique and original board game for the Industrial Revolution. It is an excellent tool to use when learning or reviewing a unit of study on the Industrial Revolution and its significance. This package includes a themed game board, 44 Industrial Revolutions question cards, 36 game cards, a template for dice, a template for game pieces, game rules, detailed instructions (with pictures) for how to construct the resource and a teacher guide.
Your students will love reviewing the Industrial Revolution by using this board game!
The Industrial Revolution game board spans 4 full pages and is themed in relation to the Industrial Revolution. The package includes 44 question cards that contain questions related to the Industrial Revolution. The game will require students to answer the questions in order to win. The package also includes blank question cards so the teacher may have students create their own review questions related to the Industrial Revolution. This is an excellent strategy as you can tailor the questions to your specific content and class or have students create review questions for each other as another aspect of a powerful review for the Industrial Revolution.
While the teacher may use real dice and game pieces from other games, this set includes templates and instructions for how to create your own dice and game pieces.
As well, this resource includes detailed instructions on how to assemble the game. This guide includes easy to follow instructions and pictures so that the teacher can have students assemble their own game's. Ideally, the teacher would spend part of the class having the students create the game and the rest of the class to play the game. Assembly should take 10-15 minutes.
A detailed teacher guide and game rules are included to make this a complete resource that students should be able to begin assembling and playing immediately.
This is an excellent review tool for the Industrial Revolution and your students will appreciate the opportunity to compete and play a game.
This resource will require students to have scissors and glue. Markers or pencil crayons may also be needed depending on the needs of the teacher. The game is best played with 3-4 students per group. The teacher could divide the class into groups of 4 and each group could assemble their own game and play as a group!