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Extra Extra!  You are the editor.  The students are the reporters.  Can they make the deadline to create this collaborative newspaper on the Civil Rights Movement?

Comic book project for any unit of study RECENTLY UPDATED

You are the editor. The students are the reporters. Can they make the deadline to create this collaborative newspaper on the Civil Rights Movement?

Historic scrapbooks are a great way to synthesize information on a period of time or person.  This project was a U.S. civil war scrapbook in which the student developed an extensive history of the girl who created the scrapbook and incorporated events from the Civil War and the effect on the girl.

Historic Scrapbook Project for Social Studies and Research Projects

Historic scrapbooks are a great way to synthesize information on a period of time or person. This project was a U.S. civil war scrapbook in which the student developed an extensive history of the girl who created the scrapbook and incorporated events from the Civil War and the effect on the girl.

Student immerse themselves in the artistry of Michelangelo in these hands-on activities.  Informational texts, student handout, and complete teacher's guide.  Hands-on learning at its best.  Great with other Renaissance activities.

Student immerse themselves in the artistry of Michelangelo in these hands-on activities. Informational texts, student handout, and complete teacher's guide. Great with other Renaissance activities.

Great fun exploring 6 amazing women for women's history month.  My students loved creating their doodles.

Women's History 8 Stories of Interesting Women Activity UPDATED

Great fun exploring 6 amazing women for women's history month. My students loved creating their doodles.

Quick and easy newspapers for every year of World War I are an engaging way to work with the events, people and ideas of World War I. Great for middle and high school social studies.

World War 1 Newspaper Project Bundle 30+ INFORMATIONAL TEXT + PROJECT

This bundle of World War I: newspaper activities covers 33 events of World War I with 4 yearly newspaper projects. Students get the scoop on major events with informational text provided.

Newspaper project - ready for any topic.  Great for any unit of study.

Newspaper Research Project for Social Studies with EDITABLE Rubric UPDATED

The experience of foreign born Americans during World War II is one not to be forgotten.  A great addition to your World War II unit.

World War 2 Japanese Internment Camp Activity Primary Source Analysis UPDATED

A complete study of the United States and World War II includes Japanese Internment Camps and treatment of foreign-born Americans. These three World War II activity stations plus identity cards and loyalty questionnaire bring this experience to light for

Students sketch a city under increasing speed as urbanization speeds along in this activity.  Just one in a set of hands-on activities for the industrial revolution.

Industrial Revolution Station Activities UPDATED

Build a city, write in morse code, create a newspaper, and more activities to explore the industrial revolution included in this set of student-approved activities.

One way to bring the stories, cultures, and events of history alive for students is through inquiry-base learning and hands-on activities.  This lesson helps do just that by introducing students to Marco Polo and the Silk Road. In this student-tested lesson, students examine the geography of 13th century Venice and are introduced to Marco Polos childhood experiences.

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What students think of Piktochart - an online tool for posters, presentations and more...

What students think of Piktochart - an online tool for posters, presentations and more.

Extra! Extra! Students become investigative reports into the Civil Rights Movement in this engaging, inquiry-based newspaper activity. Can your students make the deadline?

Civil Rights Movement Collaborative Newspaper Activity or Project UPDATED

Students become investigative reports into the Civil Rights Movement in this engaging, inquiry-based newspaper activity. Can your students make the deadline?

Hands-On History: A Day in 13th Century Venice with Marco PoloOne way to bring the stories, cultures, and events of history alive for students is through inquiry-base learning and hands-on activities.  This lesson helps do just that by introducing students to Marco Polo and the Silk Road.

The world's first and largest educational marketplace with more than two million original teacher-created resources available for use today.

Go beyond the traditional timeline with this illustrated timeline and game.  Students create the events, and then challenge themselves to put them in order.  A great way to review information.

Go beyond the traditional timeline with this illustrated timeline and game. Students create the events, and then challenge themselves to put them in order. A great way to review information.

Great Depression Quick and Easy Newspaper Activity UPDATED

Great Depression Quick and Easy Newspaper Activity UPDATED

Students stretch their creative selves in student-centered projects focused on people from history - photo journals, blogs, resumes and more.  Love to see what students do when supported with these ready to use project tools.

Biography or Historic Figure Project Bundle

Students stretch their creative selves in student-centered projects focused on people from history - photo journals, blogs, resumes and more. Love to see what students do when supported with these ready to use project tools.

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