US History

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Games

ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION AND CONSTITUTION

Topic: US Govvernment

  • Content Area: American History
  • Ideal Group Size: Whole Class / Suggested Time: 45 minutes
  • Recommended Ages: Middle School

BLAST FROM THE PAST

Topic: Identify Important Historical Figures and Events

  • CONTENT AREA: Social Studies, US History
  • GRADE LEVELS: K-1
  • STANDARDS: SS.K, SS.1

BRAILLE PARTY

Topic: Louis Braille’s Birthday: January 4, 1809 (companion to "Happy Birthday, Mr. Braille!" physical game)

  • CONTENT AREA: Media Literacy; Braille (digital companion to physical game "Happy Birthday, Mr. Braille")
  • RECOMMENDED AGES: Grades 2-6

CAN WASHINGTON RETIRE?

Topic: Presidents, George Washington

  • CONTENT AREA: Presidents, George Washington
  • RECOMMENDED AGES: Grades 2-5
  • STANDARDS: VS.6a The student will demonstrate an understanding of the role of Virginia in the establishment of the new American nation by explaining why George Washington is called the “Father of our Country”.

CAREER CHAOS

Topic: Describe how and why people have adapted to and modified their environment in the United States

  • CONTENT AREA: Social Studies
  • GRADE LEVEL: 5
  • STANDARD: SS.5.9

CITIZEN SCRAMBLE 2

Topic: US History (companion to physical game, "Citizen Scramble")

  • CONTENT AREA: Elementary, US History (companion to physical game, "Citizen Scramble")
  • RECOMMENDED AGES: Grades 2-5
  • STANDARDS: Understand the significance of national symbols and holidays.

COOPER'S CLASS CONSTITUTION

Topic: Thurgood Marshall

  • GRADE LEVEL(S): 1-2
  • CONTENT AREA: US History, Thurgood Marshall

COOPER'S CLASS CONSTITUTION (Upper Elementary)

Topic: US History, Thurgood Marshall

  • CONTENT AREA: Social Studies, US History; Thurgood Marshall
  • GRADE LEVEL(S): 3-5

DECODING FOR LEWIS AND CLARK

Topic: Sacagawea

  • CONTENT AREA: History, Sacagawea
  • GRADE LEVEL(S): 3-6

DECODING THE WAR

  • Game Designer: Mark Hammons
  • Content Area: History
  • Ideal Group Size: 10-15 players Suggested Time: 45 MINUTES
  • Recommended Ages: High School, Adult