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The Medieval Europe Article and Power Point are illustrated overviews of life in medieval Europe, including its geographical, cultural, political, and social aspects. Other illustrated articles include, "The Making of a Knight," and "Simplified Medieval Heraldry." Activities include a Medieval C
Journey with your students into the world of the Medieval Castle in this specially designed mini-unit with four topics:- The Development of Castle Building- Common Castle Features- Castle Inhabitants- Castle SiegesIncluded in the file are:- Reading and worksheets- Image sheets for each Unit- Regular
The Article and Power Point explain the European Renaissance and reveal the people, places, and concepts involved in it. They include the inspirations, the philosophy, the politics, the art, and the literature of the era. Common Core-Aligned Document-Based Question Assessments and Activities inclu
Examples of puns, students practice explaining and writing puns, and includes teacher answers for student practice.
This project was designed to accompany the Alberta Grade 8 Social Studies Curriculum. It is part of a Renaissance History unit, which examines the changes occurring through the increase of intercultural contact. Students use this package to research important thinkers and inventors, and then use tha
This Medieval History Unit bundle contains 7 fully resourced lessons on the Norman conquest of England after the Battle of Hastings in 1066. They cover King William's efforts to control his new kingdom through the feudal system, castles, the Domesday book and violence. The unit contains detailed, an
This six week Viking History unit is a great addition to your history lessons this year. 3rd - 5th grade students will enjoy the short readings and quick workbook pages that accompany this unit. About this unit: I created this unit to go along with the Usborne books, Viking World and Who Were The
This three week Viking History unit is a great addition to your history lessons this year. K- 2nd grade students will enjoy the short readings and quick workbook pages that accompany this unit. About this unit: I created this unit to go along with the Usborne book, Who Were The Vikings. In this u
1-2 week activity/project analysing primary sources from the Khmer Empire and various temples in Angkor, Cambodia. Aligned to Year 8 Australian Curriculum History. ***PLEASE NOTE: NOT UPDATED SINCE 2017 - may require updating***Includes- Task sheet- Proficiency scale (Marzano aligned)- Rubric (Au
Complete no-prep mini lesson for history or social studies class! Learn about the 5 Pillars of Islam: Shahada, prayer, charity, fasting, and hajj. Comes with a reading lesson and a foldable to print and add to a notebook or lapbook. Perfect mini lesson for studying Islam, the Crusades, or the medie
This is a week-long introduction into developing students' historical skills. They engage in historical research and analyze primary sources; then, they reconstruct a historical event based on the primary sources they have read and analyzed.
This crossword puzzle covers 10 of the most common and useful types of knots, with knot tying as the principle activity of learning the knots and successfully completing the puzzle. The class has a duration of approximately 80 minutes due to the knot tying time required. Additional informatio
In this mini unit, students learn about the knights and warfare of the Middle Ages over the following lessons:- Becoming a Knight.- Weapons.- Coats of Arms.- Ordinary Soldiers.- Castle Sieges.- The Battle of Agincourt.Included in the file are worksheets as well as a large variety of project sheets,
A resource book that provides information and activities about the life and times of Shakespeare - the focus is on Elizabethan England
All the core content you want in one (mildly amusing) place! Role-Play the life of Eleanor of Aquitaine in a humorous introduction to medieval life and its impact on the modern world!  PART ONE: ARRANGED MARRIAGE, or, THE HEIR AND THE SPARE explores the days before feminism, when even a woman as r
This beautiful PowerPoint Presentation is a good introduction for a lesson on castles. It gives a brief overview about castles, castle defences and different ways to attack a castle.The different topics in the presentation are:- Why were castles built? (2 slides)- Evolution of castles (2 slides)- Bu
Included in this middle-grade social studies bundle are 3 resources to aid in the study of the Middle Ages.The Middle Ages: A Study Unit to Promote Critical and Creative ThinkingCreate-a-Center: The Middle Ages The Middle Ages Bingo BookThe Middle Ages: A Study Unit to Promote Critical and Creative
One worksheet per episode with a time stamp option on every question! A variety of question types for high student engagement; detailed, annotated answer keys with suggestions for extended learning opportunities! 5 worksheets in all, each one provided in both condensed and large-format variants to m
A complete bundle of seven different resources to teach about the history and culture of Europe in the Middle Ages. Included are:The Early Middle Ages : Covering history from the dark ages to Norman conquest.The Later Middle Ages : Covering the crusades through to the Black Death.Medieval Castles :
Included in this great bundle are three separate resources for teaching about the history and culture of the Vikings.Norse Mythology & Beliefs : One of my best selling products provides information about different gods and goddesses as well as their myths.Viking Interactive Notebook : Teaches st

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