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Social Studies Games - Who Am I? Educational Game

Educational games can appeal to students of all ages and are a fun way to review for a test or reinforce prior knowledge. The "Who Am I?" game is great for social studies, literature, and art.

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DIY Classroom Board Game!

Hey everyone! So for the last few weeks I've been working on a big summer project. I wanted to transform an old board game with missing…

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Fabulous in Fourth!: Pick Up States ... Students dump out sticks and match capitals with states. Fun!

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4 Super Fun & Easy Muffin Tin Reading Games

Easy to make game for developing vocabulary. Several other good muffin tin games at this post, too!: Could use math problems as well.

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Learn how to use manipulatives in Social Studies in this Social Studies Success Blog Post. How do you effectively use games and card sorts? Check out this blog post to see different ways to use them in your secondary Social Studies classroom.

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Map Skills Battleship Game

Map Skills Battleship Game My students were having a hard time with longitude and latitude. They could not really judge the halfway points between the longitude or latitude lines provided on printed maps and they could not visualize the idea of the coordinates and the fact that the two numbers together made a target on the location we were trying to identify. I compared longitude and latitude lines to a game of Battleship and suddenly lightbulbs went on! I adapted a United States map to…

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Learn states and capitols, countries, and locations... all for free!

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games and learning: using competition to engage high school students

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