Daily Warmups & Bell Ringers for American History! On This Day in US History: APRIL
In this daily warmup, daily trivia, and bell ringer product for American History, you receive 30 daily warmups for the month of APRIL!
Each short activity is designed to start class each day, and each warmup is focused on a historical event that happened on each day during the month of April!
Questions are focused mainly on topics studied during early and modern US history courses. While all questions are historical in nature, 80% of questions deal with American History content (for example, famous people, events, etc.) and 20% deal with more of a "people's history" (music, entertainment, sports, etc.). A key is included for each question as well!
Here are few sample questions from this set of "On This Day" activities:
★ On April 2nd, 1963 Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King begins the first non-violent campaign in the Civil Rights movement. What city does it begin in?
★ On this day in 1861, the best United States general turned down an offer from Abraham Lincoln to command the Union forces. He instead led the Confederacy. Who is he?
★ On this date in 1813, this product was patented that has revolutionized daily life in the United States and throughout the world. You can find it everywhere – on the soles of your shoes, in your cars, and even in the bathroom. Do you know what simple product this is?
This product is sold in PowerPoint format, and a Google Slide presentation is also included in this purchase if you prefer this method!
Want a warmup product that covers all 12 months of the year? Enjoy 365 days of On this Day in American History with this entire year bundle!
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