Meet some of the most innovative and world-changing Americans with an instructional slide deck.
Learn about Christopher Columbus and his worldly explorations with a printable reading passage and comprehension questions.
Discover famous explorers like Henry Hudson with printable reading comprehension activities.
Craft a chronological timeline for students to model the progression of events during the Industrial Revolution.
Blend reading and social studies content with a printable book about the Holocaust, designed with elementary and middle school students in mind.
Integrate reading, writing, and world history with a group of Holocaust reading passages, comprehension questions, and writing worksheets.
Blend reading and social studies content with a printable set of World War 1 Reading Passages and accompanying question sets.
Provide your learners with an organized note-taking method with a Holocaust note-taking template.
Review World War I ideas and vocabulary words with a crossword puzzle.
Lead your students through one of the darkest periods in human history with an instructional slide deck about the Holocaust.
Practice identifying cause and effect with a World War 2 worksheet.
Learn about the United States’ entrance into World War 2 with an instructional Slide deck.
Provide your learners with an organized method of note-taking with a World War II note-taking template.
Craft a chronological timeline for students to visually model the events leading up to, during, and after the Holocaust.
Build vocabulary and understanding of the causes, events, and outcomes of WW2 with a printable mini book and comprehension questions.
Craft a chronological timeline for students to visually model the events that led to the United States’ entry into World War II.
Combine literary plot diagrams and Social Studies standards with a French and Indian war story map worksheet.
Start a great discussion and show students how technology and society have changed over the years by matching historical images with their modern counterparts.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy and discover the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights with a passage, organizer, and prompt.
Use our constructed response writing prompts for fourth grade to learn about the fearless Women’s Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs).
Blend reading, writing, and history concepts surrounding the Industrial Revolution with a constructed response worksheet and graphic organizer.
An article and comprehension task that celebrates women during World War 1.
Review our profile on 6-year-old civil rights figure Ruby Bridges, and answer questions to reinforce understanding.
Create a pennant banner for students to record and display their biography research.
A 15-slide slide deck that teaches about the most influential female inventors in history.
Teach your students about primary sources and firsthand accounts with a printable primary source document anchor chart.
A fun sorting activity for students to identify old and new communication devices.
Highlight the amazing athletes and sports found at the Olympic games with a set of nine posters.
An educational poster explaining the sport of volleyball.
An educational poster explaining a triathlon.
An educational poster explaining synchronized swimming.
An educational poster explaining paralympic athletes.