Attack - A FREE Review Game for the Secondary Classroom
Your students will love "Attack" - the review game that can be played in any middle or high school classroom!"Attack" is now Interactive! Playable on any whiteboard, PC, MAC, chromebook, etc.. Click the links below to try out the new Interactive versions:FREE Interactive version of "Attack"FREE In...
Grudgeball.. a Review Game Where Kids Attack!
Join me on a journey to engagement! * indicates required Email Address * I have long been a huge fan of using games in the classroom. Much like sneaking broccoli into the pizza sauce, I have always felt that games were that perfect balance of teaching and engagement. When I first started, my consummate go to was Jeaopardy but..... Holy work Batman! Setting that all up was extremely time consuming. I wanted to find a way to have a quick go to game I could use with any set of questions. I…
Gummy Bear Government
We have been studying the different types of government that can be found around the world today and throughout history. The most common include, Anarchy, Monarchy, Dictatorship, Oligarchy, Theocracy, Democracy, and Republic. In order to better understand these systems, we first applied hand motions to them (See THIS post to watch these in action), created a flip book with their definitions, and finally, ACTED them out with GUMMY BEARS! I got the idea for this off of a pinterest picture and…
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Just made this Question ball in tbird colors. While in a circle, Have students say the name of the person he/she is throwing to (to practice learning names). The person who catches it says their name again and answers whatever question their right thumb lands on.
Best Apps for Kids to Learn about Geography and Maps
These 8 engaging apps are the best apps for kids to learn about geography and maps! Kids and adults will learn about the world while having fun.
Around The World Feast - Layers of Learning
We celebrated the end of our homeschool year with an Around the World Feast. We tasted foods from each of the seven continents and played geography games.
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Equipping Families to Live Cultivated Lives - Heather Haupt
As promised, here is the tutorial for our Global Twister game! There are a variety of ways you can play it. The cards allow for selecting a continent and then right/left, hand/foot options. For younger one’s it is possible to make the game even simpler. My previous post outlined some of those options! Materials: * …
Learn geography with this fun Fortune-Teller Activity from the book 100 Fun and Easy Learning Games for Kids.
Continent Fortune Teller
Make a continent fortune teller to learn geography in a hands-on way. It is a great way to practice the continents and have fun at the same time!
Central Intelligence Agency
World Exploration - fun geography game from the CIA (believe it or not). Has 3 levels for older elementary, middle school, and high school.
To Engage Them All
Finally documenting my journey on trying to engage every middle schooler in my class.... Of course they are middle schoolers so sometimes trying is good enough!