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An Overview of the 17th Century Games

An Overview of the 17th Century Games


An Overview of the 17th Century Games are both educational and fun! They are meant to be an extension of An Overview of the 17th Century Unit Study.


Games included are:

Matching Cards-Match the 17th century picture to the matching text about the picture.

Invention Concentration-Match the 17th century items to today's.

Time Line Cards-Picture cards that are put in sequence to show when events in the 17th century occurred.

Map Markers-Get out your world map! These small picture cards are placed on a map to show where the 17th century events occurred.

Bingo-Use your own 17th century words to fill out your Bingo card. Then play against a friend!

Scavenger Hunt-A long list of items from the 17th century to look for!

We also recommend An Overview of the 17th Century Unit Study and An Overview of the 17th Century Copy Work(sold separately)

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File Last Updated:
March 28, 2008
This title was added to our catalog on March 28, 2008.