End of the Year Test Review Egypt and Mesopotamia Hexagonal Thinking
Hexagonal thinking is a great way for students to connect topics, vocabulary and dates in the classroom. This can be used as a test review or end of the year activity.
Hexagonal thinking is a visual tool to help students connect topics. I use this in my own classroom and love to see my students work together to connect ideas they have learned about.
This is a collaborative activity that has students work together to make a pretty cool poster to hang in the classroom. I use this activity to review for the civics EOC.
This resource includes
- A hexagonal thinking warm up worksheets
- 6 hexagonal worksheets with a different topic for students to create the collaborative poster
The topics cover
- Egypt’s Political System
- Egypt’s Religion
- Egypt’s Advancements
- Mesopotamia’s Political System
- Mesopotamia’s Religion
- Mesopotamia’s Advancements