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15 minute history podcast by University of Texas: The “Era Between The Empires” of Ancient India

15 minute history podcast by University of Texas: The End of Colonialism in South Asia

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13 Colonies Interactive Notebook Page for American History

This download features 15 Interactive Notebook pages for American History from the early colonies through the American Revolution. The Interactive Notebook pages include graphic organizers, creative foldables, timelines, and more! These are incredible resources for getting students engaged and active in their learning and allowing them to be creative with their notes.

Instead of simply taking notes with definitions, or to practice outlining skills, "sketchnoting" is the practice of listening/reading, summarizing, and synthesizing information along with eye-catching images. Check out the blog for amazing samples by students and adults!

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32 Famous Figures from the American Revolution: Trading Cards to Complete

Starting a unit on the American Revolution? Here is a way your students can discover the famous historic figures who had a role in the American Revolution that allows them to find out some basic facts, but also allows them identify what they think is important about each person. Each trading card has the same format and allows students to gather a very brief snapshot of who these people were and what they did that contributed to the history of the American Revolution.

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Kabaddi: A Popular Playground Game in India

A Popular Playground Game in India: Kabaddi

Visit Southern India this summer! July 19 - August 1, 2016 $1661

This is a great resource page for Art teachers interested in Indian Art. Has links to a lot of websites on Indian Art, architecture and some archeology.

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How to Draw the Taj Mahal in 5 Steps

Taj Mahal - step by step drawing instructions. Recommended by Andrea Beaty, author of Iggy Peck, Architect.