A History of Banned Books Great info graphic about the history of banned books.
History’s big mysteries: Questionable deaths, missing people, monsters Police sweep a field in Waterford Township, Michigan, in search of Jimmy Hoffa's body in July 1975. The ex-Teamsters boss was last seen that month outside a Detroit-area restaurant. His disappearance is a mystery that triggers occasional digs by FBI agents looking for his remains.
Black History month Inventors Celebrate Black History Month by study African American inventors. Garrett Morgan invented the traffic light. Let your students make traffic light cookies and then write a “how to” afterwards. Parent note asking for supplies is also included in this packet. $
Four Great Television Shows that Allow Kids to Experience History We love to experience history through hands on experiences. When we can’t, we turn to these 4 television shows to help our children experience history. #homeschool
Fifty awesome primary source activities for World and American History! A perfec… Fifty awesome primary source activities for World and American History! A perfect one for every unit of the year!
Lady Hester Stanhope, one of history’s most passionate and curious creatures. Di… Lady Hester Stanhope, one of history’s most passionate and curious creatures. Dispossessed by a flaky father and a fickle stepmother, but socially enriched by her uncle, William Pitt the Younger, Stanhope survived on her wits and boldness. After five tragic romances she fled […]