Oh my gosh! I created a card game! This card game reviews the history of the Revolutionary War by having students match Hamilton quotes to the actual history surrounding the quote. I also included special cards that mix up the fun.
This game can be played within 30 minutes with 3 to 5 players. It’s fun and interactive! The rules are similar to “Go Fish,” so it’s very easy for students to catch on. I also include a “cheat sheet” for students to see if their quotes and historical cards actually match. My students picked up the rules very quickly and told me that they loved playing. It was really fun to see them sing their favorite quotes as they came across them in the deck. This deck includes quotes from the first half of the Hamilton musical.
I include a color and a black and white version of the cards for easy copying.
Included in this resource:
● A PDF Version of the cards and rules (not editable)
● A PDF Version of the cheat sheet (not editable)
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