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US Constitution Activity
Reading and understanding the US Constitution can be difficult for students. This detective activity is perfect to help your class dig into what the Constitution is really about. Through this resource, students will leave with a deeper understanding of the three branches of government and how our de

Also included in: United States Historical Documents Bundle


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Oregon Trail Simulation
Get your students ready for the ultimate Oregon Trail experience! This simulation activity will engage your students and have them excited about learning about the Oregon Trail from Independence, Missouri to Oregon.This resource provides an interactive experience that engages students to become pion

Also included in: Oregon Trail Simulation Game and Activities Bundle


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Understanding September 11  Reading Comprehension Passage and Questions
Help students to understand the significance of September 11 with this informative close reading passage. The two page passage describes the events leading up to the September 11 attacks, describes the day of the events, the aftermath of the attacks on Americans, and the memorials of the heroes lost

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Holocaust Webquest (National Holocaust Museum Website)
Holocaust Webquest:Important: This webquest was updated with new questions on April 27, 2020Great for distance learning!Students will gain basic knowledge about the Holocaust by completing an internet-based worksheet. The Holocaust Webquest uses an amazing website created by United States Holocaust

Also included in: Amerijcan History Webquest Super Pack


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World War 2 Rise of Dictators Pop Up Figures Lesson
This creative Rise of Dictators lesson plan for WW2 has students creating pop up figures of dictators who came to power in the 1920's and 30's. This includes Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Francisco Franco, Benito Mussolini, and Hideki Tojo. An engaging PowerPoint covers the essential information stu

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Declaration of Independence | Social Studies Worksheets
Can students in the 21st century connect with the Declaration of Independence? Yes - this resource will help you do it! Students will learn about the historical context of the Declaration of Independence, as well as some important principles within the document, with this easy-to-use and engaging re

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Vietnam War Station Activity
This engaging lesson for the Vietnam War has students rotate through stations to learn about various aspects of America's War in Vietnam. The 7 different stations cover:The Cu Chi TunnelsVietcong Booby TrapsAgent OrangeHo Chi MinhSongs of the Vietnam WarThe Draft and ProtestsMilitary Deaths in the W

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Declaration of Independence Activity
Reading and understanding the Declaration of Independence can be difficult for students. This detective activity is perfect to help your class dig into what the The Declaration of Independence is really about. Through this resource, students will leave with a deeper understanding of the reasons why

Also included in: United States Historical Documents Bundle


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Reading Comprehension Passages - People - Distance Learning
This pack includes 20 nonfiction close reading passages with comprehension questions all about Amazing People. Includes printable and digital versions! Wonderfully versatile for classroom use - use in guided reading groups, for independent reading, at centers, as supplements to other lessons, as mor

Also included in: Reading Comprehension Passages with Questions BUNDLE - Distance Learning


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Civil Rights Movement Road Trip Lesson
This fantastic Civil Rights Movement lesson plan is inspired by the "Freedom Riders". Included are 7 one page readings on major events of the Civil Rights Movement (Brown Vs. The Board of Ed., The Little Rock 9, The Montgomery Bus Boycott, etc) that students read as they travel around the room. As y

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Civil War Activities
Help your students learn about the Civil War in a fun and easy to use way. These highly engaging activities and worksheets will help your students understand the war between the North and the South.This high interest Civil War resource includes:→Teacher’s Tips (1-page)→Group Activity Handout (8-page

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Reconstruction Evaluation Interactive Project
This interactive Reconstruction Era activity for US History has your class assuming the roles of various people during the Age of Reconstruction and evaluating how they would feel about Reconstruction.Students are assigned one of six characters (a women freed from enslavement, former plantation owne

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Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens- Complete Lesson (No Prep!)
This complete lesson is designed to teach students about the rights and responsibilities of all citizens in the United States. It is a part of my Civics and Government Unit, which you can also find in my store!This lesson comes complete with the following:- Bulletin Board Postings (Key Learning, Uni

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Westward Expansion UNIT Bundle
Westward Expansion 3-Week UNIT: This unit includes 3-week formal lesson plans (no prep print), 12 leveled reading passages, reader's theater, hands-on activity, hands-on game, hands-on simulation, and set of guided notes. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------


Loyalist or Patriot?  Writing an Opinion Piece
This two-day lesson plan includes all of the components you will need to have your students write an opinion piece on whether they would be a Loyalist or a Patriot in the year 1775, just prior to the American Revolution. This file includes a lesson plan, three graphic organizers, learning goal and

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Roanoke: The Mystery of the Lost Colony:  Theories and Evidence
UPDATED FALL 2016 -Due to the fact that there is new archaeological evidence to consider, I have updated this lesson. What happened to the Lost Colonists of Roanoke is a mystery that has intrigued people for centuries. This lesson allows students to consider the theories about what happened to th

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Civil War Stations Activity: Comparing the Union and Confederacy
This Civil War Stations Activity is a fantastic lesson to get your students out of their seats and moving around the classroom while they analyze and compare the Union and Confederacy.Six stations feature characteristics of the North and South that students must review to determine which region thei

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American Revolution Webquest
American Revolution Webquest Students will gain basic knowledge about the American Revolution by completing an internet-based worksheet. The American Revolution webquest uses an amazing virtual museum website by American Revolution Center. Click here to view the we

Also included in: America: 1700s Webquest Bundle


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Alexander Hamilton: Lesson Plan for the Musical
Hamilton Lesson Plan for the Hit MusicalThis amazing, fun, and highly-engaging lesson is designed to teach your students all about Alexander Hamilton through a PowerPoint, graphic organizer/interactive notebook pages, cooperative learning activity, primary source, and songs from the hit Broadway sho

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Lewis and Clark | Westward Expansion
Use these social studies worksheets to teach students about the Lewis and Clark expedition. The passage in this easy-to-use resource combines social studies and reading informational text in one convenient lesson. It’s easy for teachers and engaging for kids! In this lesson, students explain why Pre

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Spanish American War Document Analysis Timeline
Spanish American War Document Analysis TimelineThis activity features 10 primary sources from the Spanish American War that students analyze using questions organized onto a timeline. The documents include cartoons, newspapers, lithographs, maps, and pictures all related to each aspect of the war.Th

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U.S. Constitution | Social Studies Worksheets
Save time and get your students excited about the U.S. Constitution with this Social Studies Quick Pack! Students will learn about the history of the U.S. Constitution by reading an informational text before completing several engaging activities based on the text.Learning Goals:• Explain the major

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Age of Exploration UNIT
Age of Exploration 3-Week COMPLETE UNIT: This unit includes EVERYTHING you need for an entire Age of Exploration unit. It includes 3 weeks of formal lesson plans (no prep print) with options to extend or shorten the length of the unit, original differentiated reading passages on 5 different reading

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American Revolution Interactive Timeline Project
This fantastic Revolutionary War cooperative learning activity has your students sorting 10 key events on a timeline leading up to the American Revolution.These events include:Salutary Neglect PolicyThe EnlightenmentThe French & Indian WarThe Proclamation of 1763Sugar ActStamp ActBoston Massacre

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