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10 Primary Source Lessons for American History Teachers and U.S. History Teachers. Links to awesome primary source docs to read with your students. Close reading time!

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Home Exterior Design Style Guide

All about every single popular and iconic home exterior style. Have you ever wondered what kind of house you live in? Check out this visual guide to learn all about your house's history, design style, and characteristics. Visit In The New House Designs to see the full guide.

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Hamilton Musical Fans: Try a Hamilton Road Trip

An American History Road Trip for Hamilton Musical Fans

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The Meaning Behind Famous Symbols #Infographic

The Meaning Behind Famous Symbols #Infographic #History - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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50 DIY Projects for teaching Social Studies

50 DIY Projects for teaching Social Studies | Classroom Tested Resources

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30+ Ways to Teach History Without a Textbook

Bring history to life with these 30+ ways to Teach History Without a Textbook

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Do You Know The Reason Behind The Flag Folding? The United States Flag Is Folded 13 Times Because….

Do You Know The Reason Behind The Flag Folding? The United States Flag Is Folded…

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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!

A book series is a great way to get your child reading and learning at the same time ... history books for kids are an easy way to make that happen.

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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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Kids in the Kitchen: Getting Started with Home Ec

Kids in the Kitchen: Getting Started with Home Ec - Year Round Homeschooling

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Medieval Chemistry and Homeschool History - Fun Hands-On Activity

Medieval Chemistry and Homeschool History. Alchemy was a 'science' back in Medieval times. Look at this fun hands-on activity over @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

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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!

Hogwarts subjects | History of Magic: History of Magic is a core class and subject taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This class is a study of magical history. This is one of the subjects where the use of magic practically isn’t necessary. History of Magic is taught from the first year to the fifth, with the option of N.E.W.T. courses in sixth and seventh year.

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“Teaching History Beyond the Textbook” Yohuru Williams and investigative strategies

teach us history beyond the textbook

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Back to School - Why Study History?

I just love the way this lesson for teaching history is all together for you. It includes primary sources, a reading and spectrum activity that allows students to explore the question "Why study history?" What a great way to start out the school year!

Great site with lots of resources for US History for Kids