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Students review any historical figure from a unit, semester, or year buy creating the front and back of a cereal box. There are 12 requirements thoroughly detailed for students to show what they learned and be creative. This can be used in any history class. Two blank sheets are included for students to complete the project on, and there is a sample front and a back of the cereal box for student inspiration. A points distribution is included.

Students review any historical figure from a unit, semester, or year buy creating the front and back of a cereal box. There are 12 requirements thoroughly detailed for students to show what they learned and be creative. This can be used in any history class. Two blank sheets are included for students to complete the project on, and there is a sample front and a back of the cereal box for student inspiration. A points distribution is included.

End of Semester Booklet Project. This end of semester review project has students create a booklet to give future students an overview of what they can expect to learn and why it will be both interesting and relevant to their daily lives. There are 12 requirements for each pair or group to complete involving text, images, and maps. Click to learn more at Stephanie's History Store on TpT.

End of Semester Project Create a Booklet

End of Semester Booklet Project. This end of semester review project has students create a booklet to give future students an overview of what they can expect to learn and why it will be both interesting and relevant to their daily lives. There are 12 requirements for each pair or group to complete involving text, images, and maps. Click to learn more at Stephanie's History Store on TpT.

These 4 activities are a great review for any historical figure. Students create a yearbook page, cereal box, or 2 different timelines to show what they learned about people from the units studied throughout the year. Rubrics and sample layouts are included where appropriate. These would be great for a sub!

Historical Figure Activities Bundle

These 4 activities are a great review for any historical figure. Students create a yearbook page, cereal box, or 2 different timelines to show what they learned about people from the units studied throughout the year. Rubrics and sample layouts are included where appropriate. These would be great for a sub!

Students review any history unit or topic by creating a movie script for it. There are 13 requirements to this project balancing historical accuracy and creativity, including: casting historical figures, dialogue, where historical accuracy would be honored, where "Hollywood" would shine, maps, images, and more! A points distribution is included.  This could work for a sub if the unit/topic is provided.

History Review Project For Any Unit

Students review any history unit or topic by creating a movie script for it. There are 13 requirements to this project balancing historical accuracy and creativity, including: casting historical figures, dialogue, where historical accuracy would be honored, where "Hollywood" would shine, maps, images, and more! A points distribution is included. This could work for a sub if the unit/topic is provided.

This extensive 16 item bundle gives your students a variety of ways of reinforcing what they learned about different WW2 topics, and even learning about new ones. They work for individuals, pairs, or groups and would be great of when you have a sub!

World War 2 Bundle

This extensive 23 item bundle gives your students a variety of ways of reinforcing what they learned about different topics, and even learning about new ones. They work for individuals, pairs, or groups and would be great for when you have a sub!

Students review Catherine the Great's life and time by completing a timeline activity and answering 4 questions. There are 17 items for students to place on the timeline. Students must classify each item according to a system detailed in the instructions, they have one task to complete for 4 items of their choice, and another task to complete for 2 other items of their choice. All instructions are provided in the handout.

Catherine the Great Review Timeline

Students review Catherine the Great's life and time by completing a timeline activity and answering 4 questions. There are 17 items for students to place on the timeline. Students must classify each item according to a system detailed in the instructions, they have one task to complete for 4 items of their choice, and another task to complete for 2 other items of their choice. All instructions are provided in the handout.

Students read about when Dorothea Lange famously photographed Migrant Mother during the Depression and answer 5 questions of varying degrees of difficulty.  An answer key is not included because each question is dependent on student opinion and interpretation.  This would be great for a sub, a Women's History Month Activity, or a unit on the Great Depression.

Women's History Month: Dorothea Lange and Migrant Mother Primary Source Analysis

Students read about when Dorothea Lange famously photographed Migrant Mother during the Depression and answer 5 questions of varying degrees of difficulty. An answer key is not included because each question is dependent on student opinion and interpretation. This would be great for a sub, a Women's History Month Activity, or a unit on the Great Depression.

We love writing history texts that our students can read and actually enjoy! Teacher's rave about our units! This unit includes thebuilding of the Transcontinental railroad, the major players and it's influence on American history.Included in this unit:Full Color text with images -great for smart boardsInk Friendly version with no color- for printingTranscontinental Board GameCritical Thinking Discussion QuestionsGet One-Give one Note formWord SearchWriting PromptAwesome Art ProjectWith…

Transcontinental Railroad Unit Includes Engaging Text, Activities & Art Project

We love writing history texts that our students can read and actually enjoy! Teacher's rave about our units! This unit includes thebuilding of the Transcontinental railroad, the major players and it's influence on American history.Included in this unit:Full Color text with images -great for smart boardsInk Friendly version with no color- for printingTranscontinental Board GameCritical Thinking Discussion QuestionsGet One-Give one Note formWord SearchWriting PromptAwesome Art ProjectWith…

What a FUN way to get students involved in processing contributions of key historical figures in history class! It works great in interactive notebooks or any other class format! In this history investigation students research and write a brief historical biography about 5 historical figures.

History Memes for Ancient World History, Medieval History or US History

What a FUN way to get students involved in processing contributions of key historical figures in history class! It works great in interactive notebooks or any other class format! In this history investigation students research and write a brief historical

This Who's Who in World History reference packet includes 119 men and women your students will encounter in World History from Early British History through World War 2 (divided into 10 units).  The sheets include the person's name, their image, and a blurb about what they are typically historically noted for.  There are also extension activity ideas and group review suggestions.

Who's Who in World History: Reference Sheet and Review for a Whole Year

This Who's Who in World History reference packet includes 119 men and women your…

For Women's History Month, students create a pamphlet highlighting 4 women of their choosing (while fulfilling certain requirements) and addressing specific topics discussed during Women's History Month. The activity includes thorough instructions, a sample layout, and a points distribution totaling 100 points. This is appropriate for both US and World/European History and could work for a sub!

Women's History Month Pamphlet Activity

For Women's History Month, students create a pamphlet highlighting 4 women of their choosing (while fulfilling certain requirements) and addressing specific topics discussed during Women's History Month. The activity includes thorough instructions, a sample layout, and a points distribution totaling 100 points. This is appropriate for both US and World/European History and could work for a sub!

To supplement your US History final exam, students analyze 12 maps and 51 images covering 20 topics/units. There are 3-7 questions for each set of maps and 5 prompts for the images. The images are a mix of photos and political cartoons. This would even be great for review or if you have a sub!

US History Maps and Images Analysis

To supplement your American history tests or final exam, students analyze 12 maps and 51 images covering 20 topics/units. There are questions for each set of maps and 5 prompts for the images. The images are a mix of photos and political cartoons.

This resource has two different activities for your students to learn about, or review, the Rape of Nanking. The first activity has a one page background reading passage with 4 questions for students to answer, followed by a 20 question webquest.  The second file is a 20 question reading guide which goes along with the book The Rape of Nanking. All answers are included where appropriate. This is appropriate for US and World History.

The Rape of Nanking Webquest and Reading Guide

This resource has two different activities for your students to learn about, or review, the Rape of Nanking. The first activity has a one page background reading passage with 4 questions for students to answer, followed by a 20 question webquest. The second file is a 20 question reading guide which goes along with the book The Rape of Nanking. All answers are included where appropriate. This is appropriate for US and World History.

These 40 writing prompts for Medieval History cover Byzantines and Slavs, Islam, the Rise of Medieval Europe, and Medieval Europe at its Height. They are a combination of academic, what if, opinion questions, and creative tasks with visual components. This would be great for a sub!

Medieval History Writing Prompts

These 40 writing prompts for Medieval History cover Byzantines and Slavs, Islam, the Rise of Medieval Europe, and Medieval Europe at its Height. They are a combination of academic, what if, opinion questions, and creative tasks with visual components. This would be great for a sub!

This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Lenin’s persecution of the Kulaks during the Russian Revolution.  The primary source is a telegram written by Lenin to his fellow communists. This telegram is shocking and filled with anger.

Russian Revolution: Lenin's Hanging Order Primary Source Worksheet

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