I’m always looking for different ways to review content in my history class. After completing a unit, such as the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s, a puzzle is always an engaging method to assess student knowledge of the material.
If a crossword and word search had a baby what would it look like? It would have clues to answer (like a crossword) AND hidden words to find (like a word search).
That’s exactly what my review puzzle series looks like. There are two versions of the puzzle — one with and one without a word bank. This helps differentiate for your students that need the support of a word bank and challenges others to complete it without. The first letter of every term is given as a little clue. Finally, there is a google slides link if you choose to assign the puzzle digitally. Yes, There is an answer key too:-)
These puzzles are great to use as a review before an assessment, as a homework assignment or distance learning lesson. I’ve used them tons of times in my classes. I hope they help you in yours. Just click on the link below to grab your copy.
You can view the entire library of World History puzzles here and American History puzzles here.