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This resource is designed to accompany lessons in the collection: Famous Folks Throughout History or any other historical figure your child is currently learning about. Throughout this resource, you will find a variety of response activities, note taking activities, and projects your child can engage in as they are learning about historical figures. Have fun looking through these project ideas with your child as you encourage them to select a project they would like to take on.
This lesson explores the nationally recognized holiday Labor Day and the history of the day through activities including reading informative articles, watching educational videos, creating appreciation cards, and more.
In this lesson we’ll take a deep look at Rome, one of the strongest empires in history. We’ll explore what made them strong, what life was like for the people, some of the art they left behind, and more.
This lesson introduces you to the history of the first farmers, how history is studied, and gives you a look at our earliest knowledge of human behavior, artifacts, skills, lifestyle, and more.
This lesson has children research about the history of Jazz music as well as write a biography of a famous Jazz musician.
This lesson teaches children all about St. Valentine and the history of Valentine’s Day. They also develop their literacy skills with poetry and letter writing and their carpentry skills a fun craft.
In this lesson children will explore the beauty and wonder of the Hagia Sophia. Children will read books and articles, watch engaging short videos, take a virtual tour and draw a picture of the Hagia Sophia!
During Black History Month, this lesson educates children on influential women in Black History
In this lesson children will learn about four famous women from history and what they did to change the world.
In this lesson children will learn about the life and the times of the author Charles Dickens. Children will create Christmas decorations, cook food, and host a Christmas party in a fashion that was popular during the Victorian era.
This lesson introduces children to the role of Daniel Boone in the discovery of the Wilderness Road and the founding of Ft. Boonesborough, Kentucky.
This lesson examines the history of North Carolina.
This lesson explores equality through significant historical events.
This lesson will provide an overview of African history, before diving deep into one specific country.
This lesson is simple and straightforward and includes WebQuests, FunFacts, and Discussion prompts. Some of the discussion ideas I used as writing prompts, others we just talked about and I jotted down quick notes of my son's responses.