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Bring some creativity into a Middle Ages Unit! Have students create their own Coat of Arms based on their hobbies, personality, family, etc. Includes a detailed assignment sheet with some common heraldic symbols/colors and their traditional meanings. A fun heraldry study for students during a med
For this assignment, students will be creating a own personal coat of arms based on their hobbies, personality, goals, and family. They will be provided with a shield that is divided into four segments. The directions tell them what to include in each segment. Once you have created students coat of
Review and introduce vocabulary and important concepts for a unit on Medieval Europe with this wordsearch worksheet. You can use it as a handout for early finishers or as a treat to take home. Kids love word search puzzles and they learn as they are having fun.Puzzlers must find the 25 hidden med
Are you looking for the perfect activity to supplement your Middle Ages unit? This Coat of Arms Activity Get to Know You Project uses close reading as a springboard for a fun and enlightening activity for your students. This is a favorite project in my classroom and I'm sure it will be in yours!Rela
The following is an activity for students to create a Coat of Arms and answer questions on a separate page pertaining to their family name, crest, representations, etc.Includes a template for them to draw a Coat of Arms.Fully modifiable Word Document
Create confident writers with these persuasive writing activities and games. This resource breaks down writing instruction, so it is simple to teach and fun to learn!Children love learning through games, and as teachers, we have witnessed the benefits. Due to this, we have included lots of games in
These back to school and first week of school activities were designed with community, teamwork, and relationship-building in mind so that students can get to know each other while performing fun math, science, reading, writing, social studies, and community activities in upper elementary and middle
These back to school and first week of school activities were designed with community, teamwork, and relationship-building in mind so that students can get to know each other while performing fun social studies activities in upper elementary and middle school. Also included in these bundles: This pr
Includes: * detailed directions for students * a list of heraldic symbols, animals, and colors * 5 different templates for their Coat of Arms * rubric for assessment * handout for student which includes space to write an analysis/explanation of their Coat of Arms, as well as a copy of the rubric *
This Medieval Coat of Arms project is great for a unit on the Middle Ages or for a back-to-school "get to know each other activity"! Included is a directions page that gives the historic background of Coats of Arms and heraldry, as well as simple instructions for students on how to create a Coat of
BACK-TO-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES MEGA-PACK!Get to know your students, their skills and their learning needs in this mega-pack of over 20 fun-filled and practical back-to-school activities! “First Week Survival Kit” includes 35 pages of printables, games, activities, learning inventories and more to help y
Create confident writers with these persuasive writing activities and games. This resource breaks down writing instruction, so it is simple to teach and fun to learn!Children love learning through games, and as teachers, we have witnessed the benefits. Due to this, we have included lots of games in
Start and end your school year stronger than ever with these engaging, fun and practical activities your high school and middle school students will love! This back-to-school and end-of-the-year bundle includes two best-selling products with TONS of activities your students won't forget. Save 20%
This is a fun, creative project to use before, during, or after reading "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe. Montresor mentions his family's coat of arms on several occasions in the story, which reinforces the story's theme of revenge. This project gives your students an opportunity to cre
This Medieval Europe Package has everything you need to teach fun and engaging lessons. You receive a Unit Lesson Plan, a large selection of activities, PowerPoint, guided notes, tests, and much more. You can check out my Mega Unit Bundle: 8 units – Medieval Period to World War IIIf you like this p
This product contains 18 varied activities that are engaging and aligned with CCSS. It is made to work with the work of Miguel de Cervantes, "Don Quijote de la Mancha" and its duration is approximately 8 classes of one school hour. Contains: p1: Description (physical and personality) Don Quijote and
Includes: * a half sheet handout of directions (two on a page), which includes a list of heraldic symbols, animals, and colors * a grading rubric and space for students to write an analysis/explanation of their Coat of Arms * 5 different templates for their Coat of Arms I recommend that you copy th
These back to school and first week of school activities were designed with community, teamwork, and relationship-building in mind so that students can get to know each other while performing fun community and social studies activities in upper elementary and middle school. Also included in these bu
FRENCH VERSION!! Note: All "Teacher Note" pages in English. All reading responses are translated to French! :) Find the English Version Click Here for the English Version! Grade 4 Early Societies based on the 2013 Social Studies Curriculum. This is meant to supplement your own unit plan, as it is
This fun, engaging, and creative activity allows students to design and create their own coat of arms and medieval manor.Includes:- Notes Handout (Blank spaces for students to fill in information about a medieval manor)- PowerPoint (Visual guide with student examples for each aspect of a medieval ma
With everything that we have to teach in a school year, interdisciplinary projects just make sense! This project meets expectations in Arts, Social Studies and Language Arts! This is a great resource to teach your students about coat of arms and is perfect for your Medieval Times unit. It includ
31 reading passages cover Medieval Kings and Queens; Jesters; Barbers and Apothecaries; Pages and Squires; Knights and Heraldry; Cooks, Bakers and Brewers; and, Astrologers and Astronomers, and more. Classroom and enrichment activities keep students engaged as they learn. Great for use by substit
Here is the project « My coat of ARTs ».As a reference to the Middle Ages, the children will be invited to create their own coat of arms, according to their preferences, their passions and what they like.A nice project to get to know each other better at the beginning of school year. Also great for
Integrate STEM, SEL, and Literacy in your classroom!In this STEM Lesson, students learn about the importance of Self-Awareness. They design, build, and test a Coat of Arms and stand. Students get to share about themselves and discover similarities and differences they have with their classmates. Thi

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