World History

World History

Launching and receiving parties ecological treasures can be a blast. But sometimes you want to change things up a bit and have a specific topic. One idea which I think is funny is to focus on the current – and sometimes not so current – events. We could have a scavenger hunt presidential or focus more on things and leaders past. What are some ideas of the ecological treasures of world history?

Think about all the wars, trials and tribulations we've been through as a planet. We might incorporate some knowledge of history in a game, like many teachers who do good. For example, one of the tracks could treasure hunt draw images of certain types of uniforms worn during the Civil War. Or we could have an idea to say something about where the Pilgrims landed when they settled in the United States, and the label of a large stone outside "Plymouth Rock."

Perhaps those are not the most creative tracks the world, but the point is there. Much of this type of cleaner game can be done online, find pictures of things that have shaped our world.

Another example: Upload a song describing George Washington, such as "Hello, it is me. I was the first president, and I cut down a cherry tree!" The mission of the child or the student involved in the hunt would be to find a picture of Mr. Washington on the computer.

There are many other ways to go about this type of game, and the idea is get the kids involved in learning about world history.

Write a clue to the Colosseum and some of the things that happened there!

World History Hunt

Internet Scavenger Hunts

World History Report – Part 1

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