Take your students through a Medieval history game simulation where they make decisions about a fictional kingdom during the Middle Ages. Students begin by randomly picking a fictional kingdom profile and a treasury card. Their kingdom’s profile will guide some of the students’ answers as they face 18 scenarios with several options. Student answers determine whether they gain or lose gold coins for their treasury. While the simulation’s kingdoms and scenarios are fictional, students will enjoy connecting the scenarios to what they’ve learned or will learn about the Middle Ages.
This Medieval history game includes print and digital versions!
The print version includes:
*PowerPoint that guides students through the simulation (88 slides)
*Student handout where students record their decisions and the consequence (4 pages, uneditable PDFs, in color and b&w)
*Kingdom Profile Cards (2 pages, in color and b&w, uneditable PDFs)
*Treasury Cards (2 pages, in color and b&w, uneditable PDFs)
The digital versions include:
*Google Slides version of PowerPoint to guide students through the simulation (88 slides)
*Google Slides and Fillable PDF versions of student handout (4 pages, in color, students type into text boxes, not editable in Adobe or Slides)
*Digital Treasury Cards and Kingdom Profiles Cards (Google Slides and PowerPoint versions, not editable)
Feedback from Teachers:
“This was an excellent culminating activity for my middle ages unit and a good review for our unit assessment. The students were engaged throughout.” – Nicholas, 8th Grade Teacher
“My students absolutely loved this resource and even cheered when they saw we were doing another simulation by History Gal! This made their learning about feudalism feel so much more genuine and real!” – Lauren, 7th Grade Teacher
**This activity is included in my Middle Ages Activities Bundle. Looking for more than just Middle Ages? You’ll also find this activity in Ancient World History Mega Bundle Set #2 and in my World History Mega Bundle**
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