Do your kids ever get wars mixed up when you are learning history? It’s not always easy to keep the War of Spanish Succession and the War of the Austrian Succession straight. Who was fighting whom, and when were they fighting?
Do they know what country or parties the United States was fighting in the Barbary Wars or in the Las Cuevas War? These FREE History of Wars Cheat Sheets are a perfect way to help kids keep some of the many wars in history straight and even learn about some they aren’t familiar with.
For example, they’ve probably studied the French and Indian War, but do they know about King Philip’s War, King William’s War, the Yamasee War, and Father Rale’s War, which were just a few of the wars fought in the colonies before that?
Discover aspects of United States history and world history with these FREE History of Wars Cheat Sheets. Students can use them as a handy reference guide or as a springboard for further study. They could choose five wars they are not familiar with and research them. They could research all the wars on the lists that pertain to a certain country or region. The possibilities are endless.
Check out our history notebook for children ages 6-11 about the Civil War:
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There are more than 225 wars, conflicts, and rebellions listed, with the major focus being on wars fought in the past 2,000 years. Scroll to download these FREE History of Wars Cheat Sheets.
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