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Easy Homemade Biscuits cups of self-rising flour 2 teaspoons of sugar ½ cup of butter or shortening ¾ to 1 cup of buttermilk (buttermilk version of c. milk + 2 T. lemon juice) or milk Easy Homemade Biscuits, Homemade Buttermilk, Great Recipes, Favorite Recipes, Biscuit Bread, Love Food, Fun Food, The Best, Food To Make

Easy Homemade Biscuits-The Texas Pioneer Woman Blog-Grit Magazine

Hot fresh homemade biscuits can liven up any meal. They also taste delicious alone, topped with homemade cream cheese and fruit butter. Making homemade biscuits is not hard at all and is actually quite enjoyable.

Secret Obsession - The Trendy Teacher: My Secret Obsession - His Secret Obsession.Earn Commissions On Front And Backend Sales Promoting His Secret Obsession - The Highest Converting Offer In It’s Class That is Taking The Women’s Market By Storm 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Education, 8th Grade History

My Secret Obsession

Other than eating frosting out of the container and watching really terrible teen soap operas, I really love creating bulletin boards. When I first started teaching my bulletin boards were not good at all. My colleague, Olivia, even told me a few years later how much better I was getting at bulletin boards. I don't want to brag or anything, but my boards are amazing. I thought I would share some of these wonderful creations with you. Some of these are my very own brainstorms, others are…

Bill of Rights (Shake it off) - Fun but educational US Gov. 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Us History, Teaching American History, History Teachers, History Classroom, History Education

Bill of Rights (Shake it off)

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 Make social media work for you! Students take a primary source picture, and add a hashtag that encapsulizes the mission/goal/accomplishment the person had. Love this because students MUST know all about the historical person to create a good hashtag! 8th Grade History, Ap Us History, Teaching Us History, Teaching American History, Study History, History Education, History Teachers, History Memes, Texas History

What U.S. History Would Have Been Like With Hashtags

The Polks could have really driven home the point about the proper border of the Oregon territory. | What U.S. History Would Have Been Like With Hashtags

Explain westward expansion in America. Break the kids into groups and give them a map, and have them map different events and thinks that happened during Westward Expansion- two day project 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, 8th Grade History, Study History, Teaching American History, Teaching History

Doby's Mill Elementary / Homepage

Doby's Mill Elementary School is located in the Elgin area and serves students in grades K-5. Doby's Mill Elementary School is part of the Kershaw County School District.

Dodge Challenger - George Washington "Freedom" American Revolutionary War Ad via TheRealBigBlack's channel 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Resources, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, 8th Grade History

[HD] Dodge Challenger - George Washington "Freedom" American Revolutionary War Ad

Dodge Challenger - George Washington "Freedom" American Revolutionary War Ad. Music by Jay Ungar, discovered by meus95.

Favorite Graphic Organizer Looks like a great graphic organizing strategy for history or literature.Looks like a great graphic organizing strategy for history or literature. 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Notebook, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, Student Teaching

My Favorite Graphic Organizer

I use graphic organizers all the time in all of my classes. There are tons of awesome ones out there on the internet and in teacher resource books that you can run off for your students to use or p…

The Amendment Explained: The Constitution for Dummies 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Us History, Teaching American History, History Teachers, 8th Grade History, Study History

Manifest Destiny Explained in 5 Minutes: US History Review

Before you dive into the specifics get a handle on the major historical ideas related to Manifest Destiny in 5 Minutes. Be sure to subscribe for fun, free an...

War Causes: 16 Engaging Lessons for the American Revolution Causes of the American Revolution Unit: 12 Highly-Engaging Activities and Lessons!Causes of the American Revolution Unit: 12 Highly-Engaging Activities and Lessons! 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Lesson Plans, Study History, Women's History, British History

Revolutionary War Causes: 16 Lessons for American Revolution | Distance Learning

The Causes of the Revolutionary War Unit features 16 best-selling and highly-engaging American History resources to teach the buildup to the American Revolution. This unit is Google 1:1 ready and is ideal for distance learning!Starting with the Enlightenment thinkers who inspired the revolution, th...

Creating "hanger people" of the Revolutionary War. Kids write a biography of the Patriot/Loyalist and then created the hanger person (using an actual hanger) to hold the writing. Use for biography project for colonial America? Social Studies Projects, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Writing A Biography, Biography Project, Teaching 5th Grade, Teaching Music, History Class, Kids Writing

Hanger People Biography

Each year, one of our writing projects is a biography. The research the kids need to do, the expository style of the writing, the conventions that come along with it...the entire writing process is really developed well during this unit. The kids also really enjoy it, so that helps ;) But, in my class we don't just write a biography. What fun would that be? In addition to the actual biography, I have the students create a "Hanger Person" to go along with it. These are SO much fun! The kids…

OFF MONDAY AND TUESDAY! Federalists, Anti-Federalists and the new Constitution! Students examine primary source documents to understand the two viewpoints when the Constitution was about to be ratified! 5th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, Class Activities, Ap Us History

Federalists vs Anti-Federalists & the new Constitution: What were their views?

Federalists vs Anti-Federalists & the new Constitution: What were their views? Google 1:1 Compatible!This Federalist and Anti-Federalist lesson is included as part of the larger United States Constitution Unit, located here:The United States Constitution 15-Lesson Unit!Buy the bundle and save o...