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The Face Of History

The Face Of History :: Ralph Lincoln, an 11th generation Lincoln.This is totally cool!I just love history!

The Face Of History

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10 Apps for Kids to Learn History

Do you like history? These 10+ apps are taking history study to a new level, with multi-media materials, role play games, interactive quizzes, and many fun activities kids love play. Now you can travel the world and history right at your desk, in your classroom or home. | technology education resource

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States & Capitals/Presidents Bookmark..Have students make this and then research a many related?, assassinated?, re-elected?, no vp?, etc. Endless ways to cross the curriculum with history and ELA!

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I love this bulletin board because it keeps up with current issues. We could tap into other news in foreign countries to keep students' knowledge up to date.

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Great idea for continent puzzle maps - make a collage for the continent or for each country • This fun, interactive activity is a great tool to acquaint your child to the world. Simply make cut-outs of each continent and cut or print out pictures of things that represent each continent. If the base material is sturdy enough, you could seal it with decoupage. There are many great sites where you can get printable templates of the continents.

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Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? You just made my day Mrs. Wilkins. I have two oral presentations and this game is just going to let me have fun. So, how do you play it? 1. Each team gets 10 Xs. (I had a class, y

To Engage Them All: Grudgeball.. a Review Game Where Kids Attack!

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Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

Bonnie and Clyde were ambushed in this car by TX. Ranger Mike Hammer and posse.


"The Mad Scramble for Africa" I have used this cartoon in my world history classes for several years- I ask students to complete a political cartoon assessment in order to determine what the scramble for Africa entailed, and then discuss whether neo-colonization still exists today.

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