What better way to teach, review, and encourage broad learning than to use these fun interactive games in class?
About these WWII Interactive History Games
Cover the broad topic of "Global Conflict 1931-1941," the individual games address a variety of key issues of the period, including:
Early phase of WWII in Europe (up to 1941)
American entry into World War Two
Battle of Britain
...and many, many more!
Activity Types included in these Early WWII Games
The games include word games, crosswords, sports-scored games, anagrams, geography games, timed puzzles, put-the-events-in-order and many, many more. All the games are interactive and almost all of them are self-checking.
Some of the games are also very appropriate as "teachable moments" -- the answer is "internationalism," so who can tell me more about that? Let's look at that in a little more detail before we continue to the next slide... you get the idea.
The preview file contains 3 games and the full download has 11. All the games are locked, but people who purchase the full 11 game version of the file can contact me to request the password that will unlock the slides and let you edit the games, customizing them further with your own content, as much as you please.
---> Note: These games focus specifically on American isolationism, the start of WWII, and the Holocaust. Another game set I have created complements this set very well, since it teaches the rise of fascism in the interwar period, including the rise of Hitler. If that would interest you, have a look at:
Interactive History Games -- Between the World Wars (20's and 30's)
Don't have a Smart Board? NO PROBLEM! With the free Smart Notebook Viewer program, any Windows computer can open a Smart Notebook file, and students can play the games with a mouse or touchscreen!
To download the free Smart Notebook Viewer install file, click below:
Details about the Smart Notebook Viewer: From SMART Technologies: With SMART Notebook interactive viewer, anyone can open your lessons and view pages with page sorter, play embedded recordings and Adobe Flash content, write over content in digital ink and interact with widgets, animations and activities. Once SMART Notebook interactive viewer is downloaded, users can open a SMART Notebook file and its attachments without an Internet connection.
History Games created by Elise Parker