Use this to review terms at the end of the unit or to introduce new terms when teaching the unit.
There are twenty student boards included. If wanting to have students play the game independently but there are more than twenty students, make multiple copies of some of the boards. This game also works well with students working in pairs.
These work well laminated– students can then mark their boards with dry erase markers and wipe off in between rounds. There is also a page of markers– print several copies of the page and cut out to use as board markers.
When playing the game, you can display either of the teacher boards depending on how you want to play. While playing, you could tell students the terms they’re looking for after reading aloud the definition, or you could leave it up to the students to figure it out and only read the definition.
Compromise of 1877
Jim Crow Laws
Northern Radical Republicans
Southern White Democrats