Using this timeline worksheet, students arrange the timeline according to their birth date and the invention year. Who was born earliest Alexander the Great, Albert Einstein or Confucius?
It’s the classic word association that tests your knowledge of sushi. Can you identify each type of sushi – the popular Japanese cuisine
In this ecosystems worksheet, you match the word with each type of landscape. From deserts to tundras, students learn the types of landscapes and ecozones.
We now recognize there are 5 oceans in the world. Actually, we only used to identify 4 oceans in the world. Can you list each ocean in the ocean worksheet below?
A genuine newspaper from your hometown? If you teach English abroad, your students find it fascinating. Match headlines with articles and discuss the differences between newspapers.
Unlike your typical quiz where you answer questions, students have to create superlative questions. For example, when the answer is “Mount Everest”, the question is “What is the tallest mountain in the world?”
In this famous landmarks quiz, students have to connect the dot for each historical world monument and the country outline. Can you recognize the monument and country outline?
From simple flags like Japan and the United States. All the way to more challenging flags like Cambodia and Swaziland. Can you identify the flags of the world in the flags quiz?
Ask students to write down one culturally significant item about their country. Collect and assemble entries in a cultural dictionary.
Match the country with its outline for the 8 country boundaries. In addition, students draw an additional country. How close are they to the real thing?