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World History

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The European colonization of Africa happened late in world history. Read about it and color a map of Colonial Africa.

Color this Scramble for Africa map with your kids, middle grades and up. The lesson starts with great library research choices then print . . .

Here are 30+ ways to teach history without a textbook.  History may have the reputation of being sometimes boring but knowing where we have come from can be an adventure to the past and make us appreciate so much more what we have now.  Give these ideas a look and make your history lessons come to life with excitement.  #history #teach #learning #homeschool #kids #ideas

History is my passion; I love history! And yet, I really don't like textbooks. Here are 30+ ways to teach history without a textbook, from books to cooking, and more!

FREE World History with a Plan for All Ages

You can teach all your homeschoolers at once, with this FREE world history curriculum for all ages. If you have a large family, you know how important it

FREE World History Curriculum for Ancient Civilizations and the Old Testament (Great for teaching multiple ages all at once!)

Free Ancient World History Curriculum Part 1: Ancient Civilizations/Old Testament Hi ! I'm so glad you're here ! For an introduction to this cur ...

Letter from Lord Ismay, Secretary General of NATO, to the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, 29 Jan 1954, on Churchill's prediction of the S...This Day in WWII History: Feb 4, 1945: The Yalta Conference commences

Yalta Conference in February 1945 with (from left to right) Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin. Also present are USSR Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov (far left); Field Marshal Alan Brooke, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Andrew Cunningham, RN, Marshal of the RAF Sir Charles Portal, RAF, (standing behind Churchill); George Marshall, Army Chief of Staff and Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy, USN, (standing behind Roosevelt). On this day, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime…

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