Demonstrate learning about the most influential Black leaders in history with an engaging social media template.
Discover the impact of the Navajo Code Talkers on the outcome of World War II with a cross-curricular constructed response worksheet.
Explore the rich history and traditions of the Southwest Native American tribes with a printable mini-book.
Read and analyze informational text to discover the life and accomplishments of early explorers like Vasco Nunez de Balboa.
Use this Irma Rangel worksheet and writing prompt to help students write a paragraph using text evidence.
Read and write about George Washington Carver using the RACES strategy for constructed response paragraphs.
Demonstrate learning about the most influential black leaders in history with an engaging social media biography template.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with an Industrial Revolution passage, questions, and additional activities.
Help your students develop a sense of history and how life, transportation, and communications have changed over time.
Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. with a printable book for kindergarten and first-grade students.
Describe the concepts related to the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution.
Use our constructed response writing prompts for fourth grade to learn about the fearless Women’s Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs).
A set of 7 posters highlighting some of the United States most famous Landmarks.
Provide your students a 13 colonies project to end your unit on American colonization.
Learn facts about Benjamin Franklin with an informational reading and writing activity focusing on the constructed response format.
Blend reading, writing, and history concepts surrounding the Industrial Revolution with a constructed response worksheet and graphic organizer.
A set of maps to display in the classroom when learning about the first thirteen states of America.
Learn fun facts about John Adams with a print-and-go informative mini book.
Challenge students to think about the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. with this set of 13 writing task cards.
Build dictionary and vocabulary skills by identifying the meanings of words related to Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights.
Design a social media profile for civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. in this creative writing activity.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence with a Lewis and Clark Passage, graphic organizer, and worksheet.
Use these three templates to record notes or research project content on the life and contributions of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Sacagawea
Review our profile on Congresswoman and first Black presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm, and answer questions to reinforce understanding.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a constructed response worksheet about Susan B. Anthony and the women’s rights movement.
A mini-book about a Founding Father is the perfect tool for your students to use when learning about Alexander Hamilton.
Read, write, and draw to learn about Patriot Day with a printable mini-book.
Increase vocabulary and build background knowledge about Patriot Day (September 11th) with a set of vocabulary word wall cards and writing worksheets.
Summarize a unit of study on the Lewis and Clark expedition with a who, what, where, when, and why graphic organizer.
A comprehension worksheet paired with a biographical text about four humans who have achieved great things.
Read along to learn about soldier & activist Charity Adams Earley with this 13-slide PowerPoint presentation.
Introduce your students to revered Black icons and the impacts their contributions have made to American history.