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In this mini unit, students will be able to define what a primary and secondary source is and be able to give examples of the different types of sources. I created this after I found a real need to teach this concept to my Grade 5/6 class explicitly. There are 5 different activities included: 1.
Comic 180: Early America: (Second Continental Congress) covers the "Road to the American Revolution," outbreak of war in the colonies and the early formation of government. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings black and white U.S. History into vividly colored
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What better way to teach about colonial life than a hands on project that kids AND parents will love! This book covers everything your students will need to know about life in Colonial America such as crops, famous colonists, and work in the colonies. This packet features: *Color and Black and Wh
Do you like having your students play to make them learn! How about visiting 7 English-speaking countries while having great fun!Your Happy Families English-Speaking Countries Game in detail:This is a set of 42 happy families cards presenting 7 English-speaking countries. This set is meant to be use
Comic 180: Early America, 6.4 (Declaring Independence) is a comic book style overview of the people and ideas that led to American Declaration of Independence. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings black and white U.S. History into vividly colored reality. Midd
Comic 180: Early America, 6.4 (Early Battles of the American Revolution) is a history lesson in comic book style. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings black and white U.S. History into vividly colored reality. Middle school and high school students will love t
Comic 180: Early America, 6.1 (First Continental Congress) is a history lesson about the "Road to the American Revolution" in comic book style. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings black and white U.S. History into vividly colored reality. Middle school and hi
10 separate worksheets -- one per episode, with all questions provided both with and without time stamps! Each packet provides both a one-page worksheet to save paper, as well as a larger-format version with plenty of room for student answers! Perfect for distance learning -- can be done fully onlin
Comic 180: Early America, 6.2 (Ride of Paul Revere to Siege of Boston) is a history lesson about the "Road to the American Revolution" in comic book style. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings black and white U.S. History into vividly colored reality. Middle s
Do you wish to celebrate the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new baby? Then this fun and engaging mini-unit is the task-based lesson you need! Full of short and easy-to-do activities, these worksheets will be perfect for stations, centers or group work.Your Royal Baby Mini-Unit in detail
This stand alone lesson teaches children about chronology and historical events. Children start by ordering a set of cards with dates on then learning what the terms BC and AD stand for. They can then have a go at re-ordering their cards with their newfound knowledge and then complete and activity s
Pocket History animated video. Every year on November 5th, Britain celebrates the event known as 'Bonfire Night' or sometimes 'Guy Fawkes Night' with fireworks and bonfires all over the country. This short, gruesome but humorous video tells the history behind the event. The story follows the plot by
This Mini-Reader Bundle includes: ✎ 10 page Roanoke Colony Book✎ Roanoke Colony Quiz✎ 2 Roanoke Colony Writing prompts✎ Roanoke Colony Vocabulary Matching Game✎ Student Recording Sheet✎ Answer keys This Mini-Reader is a great Non-Fiction reader that can be used for lower grades to learn about the hi
Comic book overview of battles in the second stage of the American Revolution. It includes the Battles of Long Island, Trenton and Princeton. This version has been updated to include an assessment. PLEASE RATE MY WORK!
This bundle is perfect if you are looking for a resource to teach about the British Isles or the United Kingdom. Your students can work on their own and test their knowledge with the interactive pdf file and/or you can use the powerpoint to engage the whole class.The interactive pdf file (50 pages)I
Inclosed are 15 pre-made stations filled with revolutionary war information. Also inlcluded are questions that accompany each station. In the past I have hung the stations in various areas of the room and allowed them to complete them at their own pace. I've also put them in file folders with pictur
This file is included in my Christmas Around the World - BUNDLE This file is great for teaching your students about how France celebrates Christmas. It includes: - Powerpoint with facts about France at Christmas time along with a map to help your students find France. - Powerpoint with traditional
Begin your British Literature curriculum with Power Point presentations that introduce each time period. With these no prep, 100% editable slide shows, you will be able to set the stage chronologically for each time period throughout British literature. Teach students the key events, literary charac
Comic 180: Early America, 6.9 (Allies, Friends & Foes) is a history lesson about the American Revolution in comic book style. It covers the concepts that enabled the United States to get foreign support for the war. Great for differentiated instruction and anchor activities, the comic brings bla
Comic 180: Early America, 6.10 is a history lesson about the War at Sea during the American Revolution in comic book style. This edition covers the beginnings of the American Navy and highlights the actions of heroes like John Paul Jones. It includes an assessment at the end. Great for differenti
Students will enjoy learning about the Treaty of Paris in a condensed, easy to understand passage. Comprehension questions will help reinforce important points of the Treaty as well. Enjoy!
This Mini-DBQ Worksheet covers some of the causes of WWI. It works great as an introduction to the causes of World War I and can easily be given as a subplan as all instructions and resources are on the two page worksheet. Answer key is provided. Students analyze maps, charts, and primary sources
Comic 180: Early America, 6.13 (Hope, Determination, Victory) is a history lesson about the end of the American Revolution in comic book style. It highlights the significant events and people involved with achieving a final victory in the south. A 10 question assessment is included. This is the 13th
Comic 180: Early America, 6.11 (War in the West ) is a history lesson about the western frontier of the American Revolution in comic book style. This edition of covers the American Revolution in the western frontier. I highlights the important actions of George Rogers Clark and the men helped bring

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