Dress Canada's History

This motivating game invites the student to choose an era between 1000 and 1900. A character is presented that must be dressed in the appropriate clothing. When the correct clothing has been chosen historical information is given about the period.
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This motivating game invites the student to choose an era between 1000 and 1900. A character is presented that must be dressed in the appropriate clothing. When the correct clothing has been chosen historical information is given about the period. A link is given to the historical site referenced.

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