We'll be studying types of governments for the rest of the week.
Mr. Helmuth is having the students create their own board games. They had to make true or false questions about the governments. Each question corresponds with a spot on the board. Tomorrow, they'll play the games for some sort of prizes. I don't know what he has in mind. I'm hoping it's a new car, because the "check engine" light is pretty much on all the time. No one can quite figure out why this is.
Of course, that's assuming I win the game...
Students did a pretty good job of making the questions once they got the hang of it.
I'm interested in seeing how it goes tomorrow.
If you're here for the extra credit, explain the difference between limited and unlimited governments, then give an example of each.
Then, write your examples on a scrap of paper. Have the adult you read and discussed the blog with sign the paper.
Turn it in tomorrow.