What do most students wish they had more of in class? Choice! This menu gives them a fun opportunity to show what they know in their own way. Students can choose from different assignments that are based on Depth and Complexity to evaluate what they
Your students will love this simulation of life on both sides of the American Civil War. Divide your classroom in half (the Confederates & the Union) and have fun watching the Civil War come to life in your classroom. Each student will get a
You will need a large map to play this game. I bought a shower curtain map of the world off of Amazon. I printed out the game board, hole punched the middle and cut a strip of black cardstock for the spinner.
Students will have fun playing the old Oregon Trail computer game. I had them play the game in partners. One student was the driver, one them was the reporter that would take notes of a few significant events. Students will then take their virtual
If you haven't done a Living Wax Museum with your class, you need to! I have done this with 2nd graders through 5th graders. Through this project, students will read biographies, write nonfiction, learn history, and work on presentations! Even your
This is a fun activity to have your students get a more personal experience of what life as a pilgrim was really like. Students will draw out an actual pilgrim name and will use the website link to find out who they were and why they were leaving