Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts

Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
Primary Sources: Analyzing Artifacts
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This product gives the teacher a brief explanation and example of how to use artifacts in the classroom to teach your students to think like an historian. It includes an artifact analysis worksheet and printables you can use to request items to be brought in from home to create a Mini Museum. Teachers could bring in several items themselves or let families lend items for the Museum. It is a really fun way to target critical thinking skills and get students engaged with history.
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