Make History Appealing to Your Students!

                          Get Your Handbook Here – Cost: $10.00 The majority of students are disengaged when learning history because they do not connect with the material they are learning. Many students believe there is no reason for them to learn about what happened long ago. […]

All About Centers

I talk about centers quite a bit in my posts so I thought I would explain how they work and different activities you can include. Have you done centers before? Well if so, you’d know they are a great tool for differentiation, small group instruction, and a chance for students to use their creativity. Students […]

Government Scavenger Hunt

                 Get This Worksheet A unique way for students to use their textbooks instead of just reading from them and taking notes. Have your students complete this fun scavenger hunt to review facts about government. It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon

Stamp Act Activity Reflection

Get This Worksheet After learning about the Stamp Act, students used their tickets they earned in class to make a poster. They had to pay for markers, the poster, and any other supplies they needed. Of course, students thought this was unfair to use their hard, earned tickets for frivolous items. But this was the […]

Find Someone Who – War Ends

Get This Worksheet Find Someone Who is a great way for students to interact with one another and reteach the content. This “Find Someone Who” is a review about the end of the American Revolution. Have students walk around and ask each other if they know the answer to the statements in the boxes. After […]