I-Spy Style Games
Below are examples of I-Spy style games that were created with Google Drawings using information from the Societies and Territories site!
Feel free to use the images created here in any way you choose, but the instructions for the samples below should be clear:
- Use the links provided in the task instructions to view our I-Spy Image online, OR print them out as large as you can.
- Students then follow the provided clues to discover the hidden objects or images we have inserted. All images are from sections on the Societies and Territories site. (Note that you can copy and edit the Google Document or each Google Drawing/Slide, to change the clues or add new ones! We also have created a large (17 by 11) blank Google drawing you can use! And we are collecting other large images that could be used as backgrounds here in this folder.)
- In some versions of the game, the images actually contain links to the corresponding pages on the S and T site, so you or the students can verify the choice of the hidden image. (But yes, links to answer versions are usually available too!)
Consider having the students create their own I-Spy games to share and learn together!
I-Spy example Iroquois Societies in 1500
View the game page here, which includes instructions and even a PDF book version!
I-Spy example The Prairies around 1905
Visit the Prairies Game post here.