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This engaging cooperative learning simulation will help your students understand the start of the Age of Imperialism! Each group simulates a different anonymous country and must conquer "territory" - which are just items in your classroom. The catch is that the rules are different for each group - j
This "All About France" booklet can be used for a very basic country study in lower elementary grades! Each page contains a basic fact and related illustration. All graphics are in an outline format so that it's ready to be colored like a mini-coloring book. This coloring booklet gives all the gene
This "All About Greece" booklet can be used for a very basic country study in lower elementary grades! Each page contains a basic fact and related illustration. All graphics are in an outline format so that it's ready to be colored like a mini-coloring book. This coloring booklet gives all the gene
Martin Luther Tweets His 95 Theses! The Protestant Reformation & Modern Day! This Martin Luther Tweets activity is also included as part of the much larger Renaissance Unit Bundle, located here: Renaissance Bundle! 10 resources for Renaissance, Reformation, and Exploration! Buy the bundle a
Pirate clip art and line art bundle!"A Pirate's Life" includes 36 pirate clipart illustrations created from my original hand painted artwork! Each design is supplied as a full colour png, as well as black and white png and jpeg versions. All images are 300 dpi for best quality printing.*************
This "All About Scotland" booklet can be used for a very basic country study in lower elementary grades! Each page contains a basic fact and related illustration. All graphics are in an outline format so that it's ready to be colored like a mini-coloring book. This coloring booklet gives all the ge
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Roman Emperors and Their Achievements (or lack thereof) - A Timeline Assignment!The Roman Emperors and Their Achievements lesson is included in the larger Ancient Rome unit, located here:Ancient Rome Unit: 14 fun, student-centered activities to teach Ancient Rome!Buy the unit and save over 30%!-----
This activity is a perfect companion to any Ancient Greece lesson. Students explore the Greek alphabet and then translate their own name into Greek. This assignment makes for a great bell ringer activity. You can extend it by having students use markers or crayons to make their Greek names colorful.
Students will read about the Ancient Greek city-states of Athens and Sparta and then create a postcard.This download includes:Information sheets for Sparta and Athens (2 pages)Student Instructions (2 different versions, 1 page each)Blank postcard template (1 page)Pre-made postcards for students to c
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This activity from Teaching in the Fast Lane is a quick and easy way to put your students in the shoes of an European Explorer who has come to the Americas. After students have learned about explorers they will each choose an explorer. From the explorer’s point of view they will write a postcard
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Teaching the Scientific Revolution? This activity will save you time and stress as you cover the content and address the standards in your classes!Students can investigate the beginning and major contributions of the Scientific Revolution with this Discovery Centers activity on the significant scie
These Cootie Catchers: are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the famous European explorers. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These cootie catchers contain the following European explorers: Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, John Cabot, Amerigo Vespucc
Knights and Dragons clip art and line art bundle!When Knights Were Bold includes 19 knights and dragons clipart illustrations created from my original hand painted artwork! Each illustration is supplied as a full colour png, as well as black and white outline versions (in png format). All images ar
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World War I Timeline takes your students to Europe from 1914 to 1919. Students analyze the timeline and complete a twenty question common core aligned worksheet. This assesses students on the history of the WWI as well as timeline analysis. An optional QR coded timeline is also included for more stu
This Enlightenment thinkers resource features an amazing PowerPoint on the Enlightenment filled with Harry Potter-style "magical portraits" that move, blink, smile, blow kisses, and yawn! Your students will be dazzled by a topic that can be a struggle to make interesting. All essential standards for
Let's explore Italy with puzzles and other fun activities. This supplemental resource is great for a country unit.The 13-page printable addresses various things that Italy is famous for.Overview: Page 1-3: IntroductionPage 4: AttractionsPage 5-6: Ancient RomePage 7-8: VenicePage 9: RenaissancePage 1
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Teach your students about Medieval Coat of Arms with this activity. Students will learn about the parts of a coat of arms and then label two different coat of arms. The activity concludes with having students create either a coat of arms or shield elements. What's included:*Teacher Instructions (2 p
This resource begins with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and ends with the Treaties of Versailles and Sevres. In this World War I activity, the teacher scatters and hides 32 event cards around the room. Students use QR readers to find the dates of the events and record the information on a
The title speaks for itself.......this is a document giving some of the most trivial, unusual and yet very fascinating things people love to know about the first twenty emperors of Rome. Looking for more to help you teach about Ancient Rome? How about a bundled set of SIXTEEN varied, creative acti
Let's get to know Italy! This 26-page country study includes a large variety of exercises about Italy. Many different topics are included that Italy is famous for, such as the Roman Empire, The Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci, Venice, and many other things. The aim of this worksheet is to give the st
Build your very own Viking ship! In fact, build your very own Viking fleet and village! For many years, I have wracked my brain in search of an interesting craft project to supplement our "Viking" unit in Social Studies. Unfortunately, the price of model Viking ships range somewhat on the e
In this game, the class is divided into six kingdoms. The members of each kingdom randomly choose a feudal position: monarch, lord, vassal, knight, peasant/serf. Before game play begins, students research their feudal position (worksheet included) and the monarch divides up the kingdom's wealth.The
This classroom jeopardy power point has been aligned with Georgia's fourth grade social studies standards and is quite useful as a tool for engaging your students as they learn about the early european explorers. The exlporers covered are as follows: Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Juan Ponce de L
Let’s get to know Greece! This worksheet includes 26 pages with a great variety of activities and exercises about Greece. The materials have informative exercises about the things that Greece is famous for, such as the Ancient Greek civilization, the Acropolis, democracy, Alexander the Great, philo

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