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History teachers

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for History teachers. Get inspired and try out new things.
I’ve been spending some serious amounts of time this summer leading conversations around the country focused on the integration of social studies and literacy. And for the last few years, I&#…

I’ve been spending some serious amounts of time this summer leading conversations around the country focused on the integration of social studies and literacy. And for the last few years, I…

Bulletin board for a middle school history classroom... I selected historical figures from our curriculum, including leaders of faith since we’re a Catholic school. You could customize your board with your own choice of historical figures.

Bulletin board for a middle school history classroom... I selected historical figures from our curriculum, including leaders of faith since we’re a Catholic school. You could customize your board with your own choice of historical figures.

Social Studies research reports - awesome!

I randomly came up with this idea during the last week of school. One of my reading groups had finished their book and project before any of the other groups had finished. Instead of giving them a new book (there was only one week left), I quickly created this template and told them to pick an event in history and research it. I had one boy choose the Vikings, someone else chose the atomic bomb, a girl wanted the great depression, and another student picked the Korean war. I loved that…

046: Sketchnotes are Awesome, with Mike Rohde - Spark Creativity

Oh the hours I've spent doodling. I created a whole world of doodle characters in high school, with different expressions and outfits and pursuits. The margins of all my notes were stuffed with doodles that

I love finding awesome graphic organizers!  This website is great for teachers and parents!

As teachers {esp. k-3} we know how important "Making Words" activities are for our students. The manipulation of the letters and exploration of letter sounds and patterns are skills that all students need {and enjoy}. Which brings me to my next point...... My school is doing a huge "paper cut down" this next year and so we've been brainstorming ideas on how to save paper. Making words takes a new page of paper each time you do it! This folder cuts down on a lot of paper and is easy to make…

History in Hashtags - would be good to have students come up with the hashtags after studying the different subjects

History books from WildBlue Press cover ranges from Rasputin to North Korea and many other controversial and interesting historical topics between.