Is it a primary source or secondary source? That is what kids will determine in this game.
I have to say that this game includes one of my most favorite games boards I have ever made. It is bright, colorful, and just looks fun. Plus, I did not put any markers on the game board, so you can use it with other game cards if you would like.
There are 30 cards included, and each one has a specific source listed. Students will tell if it is a primary or secondary source, and then based on their answer, they will roll the dice and move forward. Detailed direction are included.
This game board is made to fit perfectly inside a file folder, which can be used in a literacy center. Laminate the board and staple it inside the folder. Students can use the answer key to self check during center time. Directions and an adorable themed cover is also included. Your students will have fun reviewing or practicing primary and secondary sources.
Click on the preview above to get an idea of what the game looks like.
Great way to review all year long!!
For other creative ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.