Here is a list of links to games that are History based, which currently work!
The links are for Ms Jess Robinson and my presentation @HTAV2018.
Picturing the Past – Polynesian
– Scientists reconstruct life in past times using clues uncovered at archaeological sites. Sites include a ceremonial complex, dune, canoe excavation, and beach.
In this interactive, learn about the main parts, explore the dimensions, and control a 360 degree view of the Hōkūleʻa, a double hulled Polynesian voyaging canoe. When you are ready, put your skills to the test as you build the Hōkūleʻa from the bottom up.
Simulations Industrial revolution
The Industrial Revolution produced many changes first in England, and then throughout the world. Explore these changes through a variety of interactive games, articles, and on-line photographic collections.
How stylish are you?: Test Your Knowledge of Victorian Fashion
Women’s Rights: What could women do in England during the 19th century?
Mammoth become extinct https://www.nms.ac.uk/explore-our-collections/games/mammoths-of-the-ice-age?item_id=
Birmingham museum interactive for kids Explore Egypt, Greece, Rome, The Victorians,and /or WW2
The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization is an amazing, interactive resource for the older child.
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/pompeii/pmpMain.html – This site explores the eruption of Vesuvius.
Gladiator – Dressed to kill game
You can explore the land of the Romans, dress a Roman soldier, or work out a message in Latin.
Explore NOVA’s atempt to build an ancient Chinese bridge at this interactive site
Join a panel of people set up to cast judgement on these famous outlaws: Ben Hall, Ned Kelly, Salvatore Giuliano, Jesse James, Pancho Villa and Phoolan Devi.
Access the case for the defence and the case for the prosecution, as well as key witness statements.
Were they heroes or villains? It’s up to you to decide.
Lots of digital resources found here: https://www.nfsa.gov.au/learning/digital-learning
On the Trail of Captain John Smith
A Jamestown Adventure
Remembering Pearl Harbor
An Interactive Map of the Attack on December 7, 1941
Here is our presentation