This is a bundle of all five of my originally written United States history songs covering the causes of the Civil War, Westward Expansion, the Gilded Age, the Progressive Era, and WWI. If bought separately, these songs would cost $7.45. Bundled
Song originally written about the Westward Expansion to Miley Cyrus's song Wrecking Ball. This song includes the following topics: Overcrowding in Eastern farmland, Homestead Act of 1862, Homesteading, Indian Removal, Manifest Destiny, Westward
Social Studies - History, Native Americans, U.S. History
This song, written to Thomas Rhett's "Die A Happy Man" is a perfect song to introduce your students to diffusion. I perform the song and then have my students underline and discuss the key terms. Key terms included in this some are the
When teaching elastic and inelastic demand, I accidentally switched the two. Therefore, to make sure that my students were not confused, I wrote this song to properly explain the difference between elastic and inelastic demand.
This song is
In teaching the Articles of Confederation, I teach it to students as the story of the old woman who lived in the shoe. All the power was in the hands of the states (children) and the central government (the Old Woman) was weak and powerless. I dress
Social Studies - History, Government, U.S. History
Song originally written about the Progressive Era to Kenny Chesney's song Save it For a Rainy Day. This song includes the following topics:
Jacob Riis, The Jungle, Upton Sinclair, Urban Poverty, City Corruption, 17th and 19th Amendments, Ida
Song originally written about World War I to Jason Aldean's Burnin' It Down. This song includes the following topics:
Archduke Ferdinand, Allied Powers, Central Powers, Western Front, trench foot, U-boats, Zimmerman, Selective Service Act,
Social Studies - History, U.S. History, European History
Song originally written about the Westward Expansion to the Backstreet Boys song I Want it That Way. This song includes the following topics:
Southern Slavery, Northern Manufacturing, Northern Commerce , Eli Whitney, the Cotton Gin, States'
Song originally written about the Gilded Age to Eric Church's song Talladega. This song includes the following topics:
Rockefeller, Carnegie, Social Gospel, Vertical and Horizontal Integration, Bessemer Process, Standard Oil and Trusts.
This original rap charts the process of how a bill becomes a law from congressional committee to the president's desk. It also explains how to override a veto. It's School House Rock for the 21st Century.