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8 FREE online resources for finding historical primary source documents. These websites are perfect for upper elementary and middle school teachers looking for examples, lesson plans, and student activities for primary source analysis.

15 Exit Ticket Prompts For Any Subject

15 exit ticket ideas for any subject or grade level! These exit ticket questions and prompts will work to assess elementary, middle, or high school students.

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