ideas and activities to teach your kids about US history and why US history matters
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13 American Colonies Bundle American History Lessons for Grades K-3 & Homeschool
In this 25-page resource, your K-3 kids will learn all about the 13 American Colonies (and even some about Blackbeard)! They will learn through text, links to vocabulary words, pictures, crafts, maps, and more! Perfect for elementary and homeschool! Activities included. #JenDodrillHistoryatHome #Americanhistory #Americancolonies #colonialAmerica #elementaryhistory #homeschool #homeschoolhistorycurriculum
The History of the Jamestown Settlement
This month as we prepare for Thanksgiving, our thoughts turn back to the First Thanksgiving after the Pilgrims came to Plymouth from England. But, did you know that the Pilgrims were not the first settlers in America? Jamestown had actually been settled for about 12 years beforehand. Let's learn a little more about the Pocahontas and the history of the Jamestown Settlement.
The History of the Jamestown Settlement
This month as we prepare for Thanksgiving, our thoughts turn back to the First Thanksgiving after the Pilgrims came to Plymouth from England. But, did you know that the Pilgrims were not the first settlers in America? Jamestown had actually been settled for about 12 years beforehand. Let's learn a little more about the History of the Jamestown Settlement.
American History for Elementary Students ~ Semester Bundle 1492 to 1763 ~ Grades K-3 and Homeschool
American History for Elementary Students – 17 lessons/1 per week. Each lesson includes text, with hyperlinks to vocabulary, pictures, crafts, maps, activities, etc. Start with Christopher Columbus and end with the Treaty of Paris! Perfect for homeschooling and very adaptable! Approximately 160 pages full of history for your students! #JenDodrillHistoryatHome #elementaryhistory #socialstudies #elementarysocialstudies #bundle #Americanhistory #homeschooling #homeschoolcurriculum #elementary
The Veterans Day Homeschool
This is a collection of resources (online, printable, books and more) to help children understand the significance of Veterans Day and the importance of those who have fought and died for America, as well as those who currently serve to protect our nation. From The Curriculum Choice
The American Revolution + History of the American Flag for Grades K-3
In this 22 page lesson, your student(s) will learn about the American Revolution – what caused it and some of the famous battles, join George Washington as he crosses the Delaware and survives the winter at Valley Forge + more battles! They will learn through text, links to vocabulary words, pictures, crafts, maps, and more! PLUS they will learn about the history of the American flag! #Americanhistory #JenDodrillHistoryatHome #AmericanRevolution #homeschool #ValleyForge #Washington #Americanflag
How to Approach U.S. History through Legends & Lore
Legends & Lore is a full year of U.S. History taught through spooky tales of our country's legends and lore. It has a wonderfully neurodivergent approach to high school work. There are 9 modules that have 2-3 focus texts along with neurodivergent friendly assignments, resources, and connections to history. Join us!
Learn about patriotic music with this free Francis Scott Key lesson! - This Bit of Life
Learn all about the Star Spangled Banner and the man behind the song with this free Francis Scott Key lesson. Learn history with this literature based lesson on Francis Scott Key. Literature based history lesson. Free history lesson. Charlotte Mason inspired history. Free homeschool history lesson. #homeschool #historylesson
American History Activities
Are you looking for some fun American history activities for elementary students? Look no further! I have some awesome ideas to enrich your child's learning! Worksheets, crafts, games, and more! Whatever works to meet your kiddo's learning style! #homeschooling #homeschool #Americanhistoryactivities #Americanhistoryactivitiesforelementarystudents #elementaryhistorycurriculum #JenDodrillHistoryatHome
5 Facts About the U.S Constitution and the Constitutional Convention
May 14, 1776, was an epic day in the history of the United States. For, It was on this day that 55 men gathered in Philadelphia to begin the process of creating a very important document. A few years after the Revolutionary War, the states of the Confederation were arguing because their previous laws and agreements were not working well. 55 delegates gathered together in Philadelphia to solve these problems at what has been called the Constitutional Convention. Today I want to share 5 facts abou
100 Oregon Trail Homeschool History Resources
100 Oregon Trail Homeschool History Resources. You’ll love this huge list of free resources to study the Oregon Trail. Free lessons plans and teacher guides for multiple ages to help you create a unique homeschool unit study. You’ll love the ideas for hands-on activities, ideas, and books. CLICK here to grab an idea or two! #oregontrail #oregontrailunitstudy #westwardexpnasion #historyactivitiesforkids #homeschoolhistory