What if Abraham Lincoln had a cell phone? What apps would be on it?
If John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth were texting each other, what would they say?
What songs would be on George Washington's playlist?
What would Franklin Roosevelt's status be on his social media?
This resource is a fun way to practice social studies, inferring, writing, creativity, and more. Students will enjoy applying what they know about famous historical figures in creative ways. Let students choose their historical figures or choose for them.
17 fun activities including:
-What Did you Say? (text messaging sheets)
-Music Madness (playlist sheet)
-What's Your Status? and HISTOgram sheets (social media pages)
-On My Bookshelf (What would be on the historical figure's bookshelf?)
-Dinner Party (Which historical figures would you invite to dinner?)
-To-Do List (What is on your historical figure's to-do list?)
-Appointment Book (What is in your historical figure's appointment book?)
AND MUCH MORE!
These activities are great for whole group, small group, centers, or homework. It's a great way to get kids excited about history!
I have a very similar product to use for reading. Check it out below:
Reading Response Activities
I also have some other fun social studies resources. Here are some:
Primary and Secondary Sources Task Cards
Wax Museum Project
State Writing Project
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