Students will match an image of ancient rock art with a satellite picture of the country and continent where it is found, to develop a better awareness of geographical regions, and landmass recognition using a "Go Fish" format.
Play the game
to introduce the stone age period,
to familiarize students with famous sites of rock art around the world,
to learn the names and types of art found at famous sites,
to practice the location and "shape" of some countries, or
to help students learn the shapes of continents.
There are 54 cards in the deck. Twenty-seven cards have images of famous rock art, labeled with the name of the site, the country, and the continent where it is located. The other 27 cards contain satellite images of continents, with a specific country outlined in white. They are labeled with the name of the country and the name of the continent. When playing "Go Fish" the students will ask for art from a particular country, or for a satellite image of a country and its continent. A book is made when the art image is matched with its homeland.
The cards can also be used for
student made games.
I hope this deck of cards will provide lots of learning for your students. Thanks for giving it a look!