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Title: If playing SOL-opoly on the gameboard, students select a playing piece. If playing on an overhead each team selects a color or transparency game piece for play. Roll the die to determine who goes first. First player rolls the die and moves that many

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United States History to 1877 SOL-opoly
If playing SOL-opoly on the gameboard, students
select a playing piece. If playing on an overhead
each team selects a color or transparency game
piece for play. Roll the die to determine who
goes first. First player rolls the die and moves
that many spaces. The card for that property is
worth a particular number of points. The teacher
asks the student a question and if the response
is correct the student receives that many points
and the card for that property. If they are
they have received the card for that property,
each time someone now lands on that space they
are asked a question and if they are correct they
receive the amount of points that property is
worth but if they miss that question the property
owner has the opportunity to respond and if
correct receives the points. When a player lands
on Community Chest or Chance space they draw the
corresponding card and respond accordingly. Each
time a player passes United States History to
1877 SOLopoly they receive 50 points. Play
continues until all properties are owned or until
someone has more than 350 points.
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LEWIS CLARK HIGHWAY
REDCOAT ALLEY
PATRIOT PLACE
CIVICS
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RECONSTRUCTION RD
GREAT PLAINS PLACE
GEOGRAPHY
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HISTORY
CONSTITUTION CUL DE SAC
FEDERAL FREEWAY
BATTLE BOULEVARD
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DOUGLAS EXPRESSWAY
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COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
Maps are wrong move back one space
Rough seas lose one turn
spaces
Colonies have no representation in Parliament
lose a turn
British surrender at Yorktown move ahead 2
Ghana, Mali, Songhai become powerful through
British increase tax move back 2
Declaration of Independence approved move ahead 4
spaces
Thomas Paine authors Common Sense take an extra
turn
Boston Massacre occurs go back 4 spaces
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COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST COMMUNITY CHEST
Articles of Confederation provide a weak national
government go back 2 spaces
James Madison authors the Bill of Rights move
First Continental Congress meets go ahead 2 spaces
Disagree with England with how to govern lose a
turn
Eli Whitney invents the cotton gin take an extra
turn
Women denied right to vote go back 3 spaces
The North and South are divided over many issues
lose a turn
The steamboat is improved by Robert Fulton go
George Washington provides leadership take an
extra turn
Carpetbaggers take advantage of the South move
back one space
Frederick Douglas escapes to the North move ahead
one space
The South secedes from the Union go back 4 spaces
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CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
14th Amendment grants citizenship to all persons
born in the US move ahead one space
African America soldiers discriminated against
lose a turn
Disease a major killer during Civil War move back
one space
Jefferson arranges for Louisiana Purchase take an
extra turn
Families and friends pitted against each other
during Civil War move back 3 spaces
Stamp Act imposed on colonists lose a turn
Phillis Wheatley writes poems and plays
supporting American Independence go ahead 4
spaces
Proclamation of 1763 hampers western movement of
settlers go back 4 spaces
13th Amendment bas slavery in the US move ahead 3
spaces
Exploration creates an exchange of goods and
ideas take an extra turn
Kwakiutl inhabit the Pacific Northwest Coast take
an extra turn
Explorers have a lack of adequate supplies lose a
turn
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CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD CHANCE CARD
George Washington becomes Commander of the
Continental Army move ahead one space
England taxes colonies to help maintain troops
lose a turn
Colonial governors appointed by the King move
back one space
Iroquois inhabit northeast North America, Eastern
Lees surrender to Grant at Appomattox ends the
Civil War take an extra turn
Slaves captured in Africa and sold to slave
The Spanish bring European diseases to American
Indians move back 3 spaces
Indentured servants have no money for passage to
the colonies lose a turn
Pennsylvania Colony settled by Quakers take an
extra turn
Robert Smalls honored as a hero move ahead four
spaces
Clara Barton creates the American Red Cross move
Slaves owned as property for life with no rights
go back four spaces
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COMMUNITY CHEST
WHEATLEY WAY
JEFFERSON PLACE
WASHINGTON WALK
FEDERAL FREEWAY
CONSTITUTION CUL DE SAC
HISTORY
DOUGLAS EXPRESSWAY
BATTLE BLVD
US History to 1877
COLONY COURT
LINCOLN LANE
CHANCE CARDS
CHANCE CARDS
Monopoly
CIVIL WAR CIRCLE
LOUISIANA PURCHASE