It's a Small World - 7 Continent Study
Teach your students about the 7 Continents with these activities, projects & games! Expose them to a world that's bigger than they can imagine!
French and Indian War Reading with Questions
France and Britain engaged in a succession of wars in Europe and the Caribbean throughout the 18th century. Though Britain secured certain advantages – primarily in the sugar-rich islands of the Caribbean – the struggles were generally indecisive, and France remained in a powerful position in North America. By 1754, France still had a strong relationship with a number of Native-American tribes in Canada and along the Great Lakes. It controlled the Mississippi River and, by establishing a…
Jamestown Colony Reading with Questions
The first of the British colonies to take hold in North America was Jamestown. On the basis of a charter which King James I granted to the Virginia (or London) company, a group of about 100 men set out for the Chesapeake Bay in 1607. Seeking to avoid conflict with the Spanish, they chose a site about 60 kilometers up the James River from the bay.
Constitution Lesson Plans for 8th Grade American History
Bill of Rights - First Ten Amendments to the US Constitution.
French Revolution Outline (1789-1799)
This free printable outline is great for teachers and students studying the French Revolution (1789-1799) in a World History, Global Studies, or European History (AP or general education) course. Scroll down for a printable version (.pdf file). Note: Proper indentations are seen in the printable version.
The First Europeans | Free Printable American History Reading with Questions
The first Europeans to arrive in North America – at least the first for whom there is solid evidence – were Norse, traveling west from Greenland, where Erik the Red had founded a settlement around the year 985. In 1001 his son Leif is thought to have explored the northeast coast of what is now Canada and spent at least one winter there.
Republic of Texas Settlements - Texas Proud
The above map shows the major settlements in Texas that date from the time of the Republic. Additional background information is available for each town
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TExES Test Practice Questions
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Texas History and Culture Brainteasers and Word Puzzles
A super fun way to review Texas History! With this resource I've included several fun, but challenging Texas history and culture brainteasers and word puzzles. A great way to review the important history TEKS students are expected to know and encourage critical thinking skills at the same time.$
Texas History Timeline - 50 Events that Shaped Texas - Texas Proud
We’ve compiled a timeline of the 50 most significant historical events that shaped the great state of Texas. Without these events Texas might look much