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Summer Olympics History Pack (from Ancient Olympics to Modern Olympics)

The History of the Olympics: from Ancient Olympics to Modern Olympics. This product can be used with Summer Olympics or Winter Olympics!

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The Olympics Pack -

Use our huge collection of Olympics-themed resources in your classroom with our free pack. Includes a range of English, Maths and History resources! Available from http://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/the-olympics-pack/

A bulletin board inspired by The Stanford History Education Group and their Reading Like a Historian Curriculum. The bulletin board features the historical thinking skills.

FREE History Videos for Kids -Brookdale House compiled a huge list of videos to go with all time periods. This must have taken her forever! These videos cover the four year history cycle–ancient history, medieval history, early modern history, and modern history. If you do use history videos to supplement history, check out the video galleries we have available.

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (National Museum of Natural History)

Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

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1960s Vintage Sewing Pattern B38 DRESS (1189)

1960s Vintage Sewing Pattern B38 DRESS (1189) in Crafts, Sewing & Fabric, Sewing | eBay

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Classroom DIY: Pioneer Journals

Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom? Try historical journals! A great way to integrate narrative writing and history!

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Site offers free comprehensive world history curriculum

Site offers free comprehensive world history curriculum -secular- for Middle school and High School

All because he wanted to own the Rubber production industry. Any slave caught stealing had their hands cut off. Since they couldn't work anymore, they were left to starve to death. This is history you don't learn in school.