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Geronimo 1 Verbs

Geronimo 2 Prepositions

Geronimo 3 Parts of Speech

​Subject-Verb Agreement 1

Subject-Verb Agreement 2



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History Games:
Black History  
Dream Speech  Fill in blanks exercise for popular portion of MLKs
                          dream speech
Gettysburg-1     Fill in blanks exercise for popular portion of Lincolns
                         Gettysburg address 1
Gettysburg-2     Fill in blanks exercise for popular portion of Lincolns
                         Gettysburg address 2
Gettysburg-3     Fill in blanks exercise for popular portion of Lincolns
                         Gettysburg address 3
Preamble-Nouns Fill in blanks exercise for the Preamble to the 
                            Constitution - nouns

Preamble-Verbs  Fill in blanks exercise for the Preamble to the 
​                            Constitution - verb

Presidential Solitaire Solitaire game using 13 presidents by name 
                            & order rather than number

President's Oath of Office Fill in blanks exercise for the President's                                              Oath of office

President's Memory Match Presidents Nixon to Obama with their
                             pictures and names

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