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Unit Lesson Plan: Civil War Lesson Plan, Project, and Activities Answer KEY Common Core ELA History Social Studies Standards Met: 1,2,4,7,Thi...

Civil War Activities Bundle

Unit Lesson Plan: Civil War Lesson Plan, Project, and Activities Answer KEY Common Core ELA History Social Studies Standards Met: - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

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History is. a teacher created this to go into students' social studies binders. (The teacher) was looking for a good, but simplistic, way to explain what history is and why they should care.

Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words" (Reading, Rephrasing, & Creating)!   Have your students rephrase and "act out" key parts of the Declaration of Independence!

Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words!" Students critique and restate

Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words" (Reading, Rephrasing, Creating)! Have your students rephrase and "act out" key parts of the Declaration of Independence!

Students use Strip Designer app to create a comic strip to showcase the key people, philosophies, and terms of the Enlightenment and Age of Reason @Mrs. Fiske

Students use Strip Designer app to create a comic strip to showcase the key people, philosophies, and terms of the Enlightenment and Age of Reason Fiske

FREE Revolutionary War Graphic Organizer www.homeschoolgiveaways.com Grab a FREE graphic Organizer for use when studying the Revolutionary War!

FREE Revolutionary War Graphic Organizer www. Grab a FREE graphic Organizer for use when studying the Revolutionary War!

Snowballs are flying along with jeers from an angry mob. Shots ring out in the crowd! But was it a massacre? The events leading up to the Boston Massacre were exciting. Put students in the time period with two different researched readings. (Included are directions for how to annotate a reading.)

History Crime Solvers: Boston Massacre

Snowballs are flying along with jeers from an angry mob. Shots ring out in the crowd! But was it a massacre? The events leading up to the Boston Massacre were exciting. Put students in the time period with two different researched readings. (Included are

Project: The Bill of Rights...could make this into a matching activity

Project: The Bill of Rights

These 37 FREE identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson.

These 37 FREE identity cards are designed to help students make personal connections with the victims of the Holocaust, and could be used before a novel study or a history lesson. Use with Night by Elie Weisel.

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This poster describes how each of the 13 Colonies were started. This content will be helpful when teaching students about the origins of each colony.

BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT JIGSAW ACTIVITIES This 15 page branches of government packet specifically covers 4th grade Common Core Standards SL.4.1a , SL.4.1b , SL.4.1d , SL.4.4, SL.4.6 but could easily be made part of a social studies government unit at other grade levels.

Branches of Government Activity packet - Common Core Aligned

BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT JIGSAW ACTIVITIES This 15 page branches of government packet specifically covers grade Common Core Standards , , , but could easily be made part of a social studies government unit at other grade levels.

Brilliant history teacher doodles each history book chapter to hand out to students but also has them do them themselves and he swaps his for theirs...so smart

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. I like this for our history.

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