Assassin's Creed is an action-adventure game by Ubisoft that now has countless games, 9 of them following the main story line.This game can be used to study Social Studies since the game itself is based and happens in important points in history even though the main story line is fiction. Story-7 Strategy-7 Subject-7
Halloween, my most recent addition to the set of movement activities for kiddos. When your students need to get their wiggles out have them line up on one side of the classroom. Show them one card at a time to have them move across the classroom like ghosts, skeletons, Frankenstein, and more. I love these activities because they are quick and can refocus your students.
This was supposed to be the GameCube's equivalent of Super Mario 64, but obviously things didn't pan out that way. Despite mixed reception, the game became commercially successful, found a devoted fanbase, and apparently warrants a sequel on 3DS (which isn't out yet as of this writing).
Skytorn System: PC, PS4 Developers: Noel Berry, Pedro Medeiros, Alec Holowka, Matt Thorson, Amora Bettany Website: skytorn-game.com / skytorn.tumblr.com Description: “Centuries after a mysterious cataclysm tore the world apart, humans have taken to the skies - ferrying their kin in airships, searching the remains for artifacts and survivors. Explorer Névoa ventures out across uncharted islands, left floating in the sky. Alone and armed only with a shovel, she is determined to carve her own…