Do you have your students research about different countries? Looking for a unique way for students to display their research? These posters are perfect for students to display their country research! And they look fabulous on a classroom bulletin board or hallway display!
Music Around the World Video: neat way for students to hear music from different countries while broadening their cultural perspectives. It would be really neat if you could bring various instruments into the classroom and let students see and play them, talk about the role of music in culture. You can also tie this to Geography by having the students trace the path of the video on a globe or map while watching.
Make Girl Scout World Thinking Day SWAPs with printed facts about your country, an outline of it's shape and ribbons with the colors of the flag. There are 6 different facts (24 tags each). Choose from many different countries. Kit makes 96 and is available at MakingFriends.com
This is a very fun cooperative learning simulation game to help your students understand the Age of Imperialism! Each group simulates a different country and must conquer "territory" - which are items in your classroom. The only catch is that the rules are different for each group - just like how some countries like England could conquer so much territory, while others were unprepared for the land scramble.