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A CONSTITUTIONAL KIDNAPPING

Topic: Constitution, Constitution Day

  • AUTHOR: Charles Martindell
  • CONTENT AREA: Social Studies, US History, Constitution
  • GRADE LEVEL(S): 8-12

A EUROPEAN VACATION

Topic: 5 Themes of Geography

  • CONTENT AREA: Geography, Europe
  • RECOMMENDED AGES: Grades 3-9
  • STANDARDS: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RH.6-8.7 Integrate visual information (e.g., in charts, graphs, photographs, videos, or maps) with other information in print and digital texts 6.G.1.1 Explain how the physical features and human characteristics of a place i

A NIGHT AT THE CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

Topic: Civil War History

  • CONTENT AREA: US History - Civil War
  • RECOMMENDED AGES: Grades 5-12
  • STANDARDS: United States History Content Standards Era 5, STANDARD 2 - The course and character of the Civil War and its effects on the American people. Standard 2A The student understands how the resources of the Union and Confederacy affected the course

A PASSION FOR FASHION

Topic: Fashion Marketing

  • Game Designer: Hattie Smart
  • Content Area: Fashion Marketing
  • Ideal Group Size: Small Groups Suggested Time: 45 minutes
  • Recommended Ages: Middle School, High School

ARE YOU SURE WE CAN WIN, THEMISTOCLES?

Topic: Greek Civilization

  • Author: Jorge Branco
  • Content Area: Social Studies; World History
  • Grade Levels: 6-8

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

AUSSIE LOVE HEART DO

Topic: Australia’s largest Aboriginal tribe and native animals

  • CONTENT AREA: Australian Aboriginal Tribes and Native Animals; Valentine's Day
  • GRADE LEVEL(S): 4-8

BACK TO THE PAST TO PASS THE CLASS (Geologic Time)

  • Content Area: Earth Science, Geologic Time
  • Ideal Group Size: Small Group / Suggested Time: 45 minutes
  • Recommended Ages: Elementary/Middle School
  • Standards: 6.9 Use models to explain how the flow of Earth’s internal energy drives a cycling of matter between Earth’s surface and deep interior causing plate movements 6.4 Construct explanations from geologic evidence (e.g., change or extinction of par

Ben Franklin’s Key: Where Oh Where Can It Be?

  • Game Designer: Roberta Wetzel
  • Content Area: US History, Reading
  • Ideal Group Size: Small Group / Suggested Time: 45 minutes
  • Recommended Ages: Middle School

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