Race to Ratify is a game created by iCivics, it puts students into the year 1787 and has them explore core concepts and meet important people that surrounded the Constitutional Ratification debate. It is playable in the web browser or Apple and Android devices. The game is also offered with optional activities and detailed lesson plans.
Tag: Social Studies
The Federal Reserve is the Central Bank of the United States. Did you know they have a huge library of learning resources? From their website, you can search by grade level, topic, standards, and more to find meticulously detailed lesson plans, videos, activities, and more! It’s not all Financial Literacy either, they also have resources for History, Government, Economics, and Career Exploration.
The OER Project is a free resource website for History teachers. It includes complete History courses that feature a Teacher Guide for getting started, detailed lessons, activities, videos, and practice questions. Teachers can use any individual resources they want, they do not have to use the entire course