The review includes six cards with different topics related to WWII. There are five main ideas related to each topic. Students use the cards to work with a partner in order to review concepts taught during a WWII unit. One partner gives the topic (the underlined term) to their partner, then they give clues to get their partner to guess the five given concepts within the topic. The clue giver cannot say any of part of the word that they are trying to get their partner to guess.
This review allows students the opportunity to use their knowledge about the topics in order to have their partner derive at the correct answer. This is a perfect activity to have students do right before a test. There are six cards, so each partner gets to give clues three times, and guess the clues three times.
Print the cards out on colored paper to easily collect all six cards together when using multiple sets in the classroom. Perfect for laminating to use year after year.