Now with distance learning, I decided it was time to update my American History Lapbook Series using Google Apps. This means my free Native American Lapbook resource has been updated. Native Americans for Distance Learning is perfect for home study.
Let me back up a moment and explain from the beginning. The Native American section is one of the most visited areas of the Book Units Teachers Website. These webpages include reports, craft ideas, teaching materials, a quiz, and much more. Many of the photos in this section came from the Native American Student Museum. Continue Reading
‘Famous People Interviews’ is a hugely successful activity to use in the classroom. During this activity, each student ‘becomes’ a famous person and is interviewed by another student in the class.
This activity not only teaches students to recognize many famous people but also covers a large number of Common Core State Standards. Students must research, prepare a presentation, speak publicly, and so on.Continue Reading
I found some wonderful 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 Colonial America organizers for a blog post.
Three foldables provide information for the Southern, Mid-Atlantic, and New England Colonies. Students research to find the colonies from each region. Students also complete a chart with the name of the settlement, leader, date settled, and the reason why the colony was established. Finally, students list products and occupations.Continue Reading