History for Kids
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The Mysteries of Stonehenge
Have you ever seen pictures of Stonehenge and wondered who built it, and why? Stonehenge is the name of a unique man-made monument in Wiltshire, England. It is worth our study because it displays the genius of early men and women. Besides that, the mysteries of Stonehenge are simply intriguing!
Black History Bilingual Emergent Readers // French // English
Teach black history to your primary students all year, not just in February. These are bilingual readers about Rosa Parks, Ruby Bridges and Martin Luther King Jr. in both French and English that include both colour and black and white versions as well as colouring sheets and a journal page. #blackhistory #frenchimmersion
Unique Black History Month Project
We respect the work of the most noteworthy and famous black people, but isn't it time that we looked at Black History in a new light? Use this unique Black History Month project to get students excited and engaged in their learning. #blackhistorymonth #blackhistorymonthproject #blackhistoryprojectforkids
Hello January! Calendar of Famous People & Fun Activities
Don't miss learning about 27 famous people that were born in January. Middle & High Schoolers will also have fun celebrating Bobblehead Day, Shortbread Day, Argyle Day, and even Give Someone A Compliment. Grab your download and satisfy your family's curiosity about these famous people and fun activities.
Christmas Traditions and Customs During the American Revolution for Grades K-3 (Free resource)
This free lesson is a supplement to the 34-week (1 full year) bundle of lessons. Your student(s) will learn a little more about what Christmas was like during the American Revolution. Activities are also provided! #bundle #completebundle #tpt #elementaryhistory #Americanhistory #homeschool #Christmas #AmericanRevolution #ColonialChristmas #HistoryatHome
FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Thanksgiving
We've all experienced the enduring power of words, something that someone says that stays with us for a lifetime. History is also full of such speeches that have endured. Help your students analyze President Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation and understand why it has endured with this FREE Historical Speech Analysis & Copywork: Thanksgiving unit. #LincolnThanksgiving #hsgiveaways