Category Archive: U.S. History

Jun 25

Colonial America Graphic Organizers

  I found some wonderful Colonial America clipart from Educlips and wanted to make something special with it. Since I already have a lap book on the 13 Colonies at Teachers Pay Teachers, I decided to use the clipart to make some free foldable organizers for a blog post. You can download the pdf file with the printables by …

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Feb 19

Black History Month ~ Entertainers

Black History Entertainers For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments. You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. This set features the following entertainers:   Billie Holiday She began …

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Feb 12

Black History Month ~ Activists

Black History Month ~ Activists For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments. You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. This set features the following activists:   Rosa Parks …

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Feb 05

Black History Month ~ Sports Heroes

Black History Sports Heroes For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments. You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. This set features the following sport heroes:   Althea Gibson This …

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Jan 30

Black History Month ~ Abolitionists

Black History Abolitionists  For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments.  You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. The first set features the following abolitionists: Henry “Box” Brown This slave …

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