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by Diana Abitz,Susan LaRoy

Download Know-the-Facts Review Game: 100 Must-Know Facts in a Q&A Game Format to Help Kids Really Remember Standards-Based Social Studies Information (Ancient Civilizations) eBook
ISBN:
0439374324
Author:
Diana Abitz,Susan LaRoy
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Teaching Resources; First Edition edition (August 1, 2005)
Pages:
48 pages
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Reviewing facts can be fun with this kid-pleasing, curriculum-based game. Great for pairs or small groups, this resource includes 100 punch-out questions, a game board, and playing pieces. Questions come in multiple choice, true/false, and single answer formats, and have been carefully selected to help students sharpen their critical thinking skills and build their knowledge about ancient civilizations. Many questions contain additional information that helps students make connections—and remember important facts.