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Get your students excited about history with a travel brochure project! These 6 travel brochure panel ideas will challenge students in grades 4, 5, and middle school to think critically and creatively about a geographical location.
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This FREE printable and digital activity is perfect for introducing upper elementary or middle school students to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. This printable PDF and Google Classroom lesson plan includes Lewis and Clark’s Expedition supply list, a graphic organizer, packing template, and research worksheet.
Three quick and easy steps for adapting primary source documents so all students benefit. These strategies are perfect for upper elementary and middle school teachers looking to use primary sources with students of all levels and abilities.
These 19 must-read children’s books are perfect for teaching elementary and middle school students about the obstacles many immigrants and refugees face when moving to a new place. Use the inspiring stories with elementary and middle school students.
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.