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High school history

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Bulletin board for a middle school history classroom... I selected historical figures from our curriculum, including leaders of faith since we’re a Catholic school. You could customize your board with your own choice of historical figures.

Bulletin board for a middle school history classroom... I selected historical figures from our curriculum, including leaders of faith since we’re a Catholic school. You could customize your board with your own choice of historical figures.

Gummy Bear Government

We have been studying the different types of government that can be found around the world today and throughout history. The most common include, Anarchy, Monarchy, Dictatorship, Oligarchy, Theocracy, Democracy, and Republic. In order to better understand these systems, we first applied hand motions to them (See THIS post to watch these in action), created a flip book with their definitions, and finally, ACTED them out with GUMMY BEARS! I got the idea for this off of a pinterest picture and…

Roosevelt and the New Deal - Free printable reading with questions (PDF file) for high school United States History students.

In 1933 the new president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, brought an air of confidence and optimism that quickly rallied the people to the banner of his program, known as the New Deal. "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself," the president declared in his inaugural address to the nation. 1. Who became president of the United States in 1933? _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 2. The new president’s program was called the _____. a…

Cold War Aims | Free printable worksheet for high school American History.

This one-sheet (double-sided) worksheet features a reading on the Cold War, interspersed with recall and extension questions. It's designed for high school United States History students. Free to print (PDF file).