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FREE Critical Thinking Essay Questions About History 1850-1899, Volume 2

FREE Critical Thinking Essay Questions About History 1850-1899, Volume 2

Challenge your students to think critically about history with these essay questions. A brief overview of five major events and topics of the 1860s – the Māori  in New Zealand, advancements in chemistry, Canadian confederation & the sale of Alaska, the south-to-north race across Australia, and the US transcontinental railroad & the Suez Canal – is given, followed by essay […]

FREE Famous People Mini Quiz Pack Vol. 13 – Scottish Inventors

Famous People Mini Quiz Pack Volume 13-Scottish Inventors

This Famous People Mini Quiz Pack explores the lives of James Watt, John Rennie, Charles Macintosh, and William Murdoch, four inventors from Scotland. Learn about these men, their work, and what the world  was like in their day with this mini quiz pack that is perfect for upper middle school and high school students. These three fun quizzes […]

FREE Book That Helps Learners Memorize The Signers Of The Declaration Of Independence

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The Fourth of July is full of fun. But it’s full of history too. So is there a neat way to combine the two sides of the holiday? There is. In this ebook, there’s a fun and memorizable poem with all the signers of the Declaration of Independence. But that isn’t all. There are practice […]

FREE Social Studies Color by Number – Founding Fathers and Mothers

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Use this free printable Social Studies Color by Number resource alongside your lesson on our country’s Founding Fathers and Mothers. Students love to do Color by Number, and this activity is an engaging way to cover these facts. This activity includes facts about John and Abigail Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Jay, George and […]

Hands-On Geography Activity- FREE Printable Pangaea Puzzle

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Check out this free printable Pangaea puzzle for when you are teaching geography. It is super interesting to talk about the possibility of Pangaea. Many secular historians think that a long, long time ago (they think millions of years ago), the continents were not continents but one body; like a supercontinent of land on Earth. While […]

Learning About Evel Knieval- FREE Notebooking Page

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If your child loves magic and stunts, then why not teach him/her about Robert Craig “Evel” Knievel? Evel Knievel was an American stunt performer and entertainer known for his death-defying motorcycle jumps. He suffered more than 433 broken bones, which earned him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the survivor of […]

8 World War II Historical Fiction Books for Middle School

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If you are teaching World History, then take a look at these 8 World War II historical fiction books for middle school. If you’re looking to bring history alive, your homeschooled middle school kids will love these books. Even at middle and high school level, an adolescent has the right to enjoy reading about history […]

Betsy Ross and the American Flag- FREE Unit Study Resources

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Check out a few fun and educational printables and activities to create a mini unit study about Ms. Betsy Ross and the American Flag. This Betsy Ross Unit Study has activities for multiple ages, from preschool to elementary. Summer is a wonderful time to get our children learning about our history and to take pride […]

FREE Date Dash Kenya-Kenyan History Card Game

Date Dash Kenya-Kenyan History Card Game

In what year did Nairobi become the capital of Kenya? In what year did Wangari Maathal become the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize? Test your knowledge of the history of Kenya with this free printable card game. All thirty-one questions include two levels of difficulty, so it’s perfect for middle school or high school. […]