Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Who Am I: History Mystery

Who Am I? is an activity developed by the Smithsonian Museum to help students learn about US History. It features 6 prominent historical figures in US history, and students have to use clues to uncover the identity of the individual. I really like this site because it encourages problem solving and synthesis. Plus, the visuals are engaging to students. Thanks to Richard Byrne for sharing this resource.

4 comments:

  1. Kristen,

    Thank you for the plug.

    Richard

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  2. Anytime! Your blog is SO wonderful. Thanks for all you do.

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