This product includes the following Age of Revolutions resources: 1) Age of Revolutions study guide that is standard aligned with the textbook Contemporary Cultures: 1600 to Present, 2) French Revolution Quiz, 3) Guillotine Game Questions and
Engage your students from the moment they step in the room with daily clues describing a historical figure that falls into the timeline of 1400 - present. This product contains 40 historical figures with five creative clues describing each person.
Inspired by the most addicting and popular app, but with an educational twist! Pokémon have been stolen by Team Rocket and it is up to the students to catch them all and return them to their owner! This activity lists coordinates of world capitals
Explore the polar opposites that were the United States of America and the Soviet Union [USSR] with this fill in the blank two-columned note chart. This resource focuses on big picture ideals in straightforward detail for both nations' governments
This resource includes the following: a fill in the blank 21 question quiz with word bank on the Great Depression and stock market crash of 1929; a 14 question matching vocabulary quiz with key terms from Great Depression era; a reading warm-up
This product focuses on WWII dictators rise to power and the ideologies that rose with them. This product includes the following resources: 38 question practice quiz on WWII leaders and ideologies during the inter-war period; 20 question matching
This product includes a 28 question study guide that contains standard aligned questions about industrialism and imperialism (European and American). Page numbers with each question correspond with the textbook Contemporary Cultures: 1600 to
Pirates have stolen your classroom's valuables and maps in hopes that you will not be able to track them down and retake your possessions. Students are to create their own world maps from construction paper to replace the stolen maps. If the maps
Here is a collection of summative discussion questions that take a closer look at the characters, themes, and conflicts of The Lightning Thief. The questions require a combination of opinion/argument and support-based responses. Enjoy!
This is a cumulative assessment of The Lightning Thief that includes two versions: one that is in traditional format and one that is in mastery connect format with answer choices A - E. Please use whichever. Enjoy!
Relaxing and Rewarding! Take advantage of Dr. Seuss' wonderful story called The Butter Battle Book; it highlights key standard information and concepts in regards to the arms race that occurred between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. I developed an
Approximately 50 question long study guide that covers standard information including essential information about the Treaty of Versailles, the world depression, the rise of the dictators, and key battles and concepts from World War II. The
This is a 38 question study guide on the causes and effects of WWI. I have attached the answer key for your convenience. The questions are all standard aligned and contain page numbers that correspond with the textbook Contemporary Cultures: 1400 to
Engage your students from the moment they step in the room with daily clues describing a prominent geographical location from around the world. This product contains 45 geographical locations with five creative clues describing each site. You can