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C.I.A. Colony Investigation Agency: In this lesson, students are given ten crimes and clues left behind. Their job is to find out where the criminal is from (New England, Middle or Southern colonies) to help solve the crime. Each piece of evidence is a natural resources from one of the regions, so students are able to investigate resources of the regions as well as be crime solvers!
Engage students with this fun, interactive Facts or Opinion game. Students must determine whether each sentence is a fact or opinion. All questions are animal related, making a little easier to determine if it is a fact or if it is an opinion. There are 10 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. Great for mini lesson! Great for individual practice on the iPad! Extra licenses are $.75.
Practice adding fractions with this fun, engaging Student vs Student powerpont game. Students compete aganist one another or in teams as the practice adding like and unlike fractions in this interactive game. Answers range from fractions to whole numbers to mixed numbers and as always, in simplest form.
Check for student understanding with this fun, interactive powerpoint game. Students are given a 2d shape and they must figure out how many lines of symmetry it contains. Includes triangles, squares, rectangles, and many more! There are 10 questions and you just click on each question to go to it.
Your students will be engaged in this fun and interactive activity. Students will begin by learning about how a bill becomes a law in this creative power point presentation. Film Clips and illustrations are included. Then cooperative groups will work together to create a board game about the legislative process. To assess their knowledge students will then play a fun “Battleship” review game.