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History projects

Uncover the past with these engaging history project ideas. Dive into different eras, events, and cultures to create immersive and educational projects that bring history to life.
American History project idea...could assign a president or important historical figure to each student. History Fair Boards, History Projects, Class Projects, School Projects, School Ideas, Art Projects, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Class

Every year all of our 5th graders participate in our school's Wax Museum program. It is seriously one of the highlights of the entire school year! Here's a run down of how things work: -Students choose a biography on a famous American. -They read the book and complete the American Hero book report. -They design a poster, create a costume, and memorize information about their hero. -For the Wax Museum, the students bring all their stuff and set up in the gym. -We invite our school, parents…

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Melinda Baum
Social Studies Middle School, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, School Classroom, Middle School History Classroom, Social Studies Bulletin Boards, Biography Projects, Biography Project Elementary, History Bulletin Boards

Today I am super excited to have Joely here to share about how she has used my Women’s History Biography Research Pennants in her classroom. You’ll see how these can be used for your biography project with your upper elementary, middle school, or high school classroom or home school students. The best part about a […]

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Sandra Terradellas
Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Diy Crafts, Fun Learning Games, Educational Board Games, Speech Activities, Group Activities, Cadeau Diy, Guessing Games

Who’s She is a new guessing game by Polish designer Zuzia Kozerska (previously) which celebrates the achievements of famous women across the world. The laser-cut wooden board flips up to reveal the faces of 28 painters, athletes, scientists, and astronauts, in a similar style the classic Guess Who? game did from the late 1970s. Instead of posing superficial questions such as “does your character have glasses?” the game asks players to inquire about achievements and contributions like “did…

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Kerry ♡