Here’s a new board game design by Joelle Barbeau of Riverside School Board, to test your knowledge on a given society, in this case for New-France in 1745!  Inspired by games like FAUNA,  Joelle has adapted cards used in the original English version of Chronos (available here), Explora is a board game using playing cards and a timeline/map board that allows students to locate events and people in time and space.   Points are collected for each element in the game, making this a fun way to review a society and remind students of what they have learned throughout the year.

For access to detailed instructions, high-quality versions of cards you can print, and other tools like the board design and aspects definitions, visit the main Explora Game page here.

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