This game is based on the story about the fight over the establishment of the First National Bank between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.
Students will each be given a numbered card and will stand in a circle. As the story is read,
While enjoying the age-old game of Sudoku, students will be challenged to think about and manipulate the names of the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment. By doing so, the terms are better embedded in their memory and thus become easier
Liven up your classroom while you reinforce Texas Geography! This bingo game covers 27 common Texas Geography terms and includes two sets of clues.
The terms include the border rivers, the three main interior rivers, Guadalupe Mountains, the U.S.
These cryptogram puzzles are a fun way to review a few basic facts about the original thirteen colonies and inject some higher-order thinking at the same time. I usually paired my students for this activity and it took about 15 minutes or so. Some
Turn all of those facts and bits of information that our students must memorize into a more meaningful effort that is now an essential skill for use with AP writing.
Step One: Students must first determine the facts. Three worksheets are
Simon Says Game-5-Minute Madness - Cardinal Directions
“Stand beside your chair and let’s play a game!!” Make learning fun with this old-fashioned Simon Says game. Use five minutes of your class time to reinforce cardinal
This is a two-part activity using a letter from Stephen F. Austin to James F. Perry written in 1834 while Austin was in jail in Mexico City. The two activities are “stand alone” which allows one or both to be used depending on the needs of your
Students work in pairs or individually to determine what a group of three phrases have in common. This is a low-order review but might be perfect for that first day back from break. The worksheet includes 18 problems and comes with a word bank and
Musical Chairs Game- Causes of the Civil War
Musical Chairs is a fun way to review and reinforce the many causes of the American Civil War. As the music plays, students move around the room in the path delineated by the teacher. For instance, if