With the Hamilton! craze sweeping the country, a fun way to begin practicing research skills is to use the song lyrics, many of which reference actual historical events, as an introductory way for students to practice quote support.
The engaging musical Hamilton! gives audiences new perspective on significant historical figures. This lesson plan allows students to examine the songs performed and make determinations about political personalities from the past.
The musical that is sweeping the nation, Lin Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton! is an explosive mix of history and music, politics and rap, duels and duets.Teach students about history and writing by comparing the three duels featured in the musical.
It’s hard for kids to get back into the swing of school after spring break, mostly because they know that summer vacation is fast approaching. Keep the skills sharp for that final stretch of school with this downloadable reading workbook.
It is easy to become a bit distracted in school during those few weeks between when spring break ends and summer vacation begins. However, history and social studies skills can be honed during spring break using this quick and easy workbook!
Are you concerned that your child will head back into the “home stretch” of the year with rusty math skills? In just 30 minutes a day using fun and easy workbook pages you can help keep your child’s math skills sharp, in focus and on point for the remainder of the school year.
Help your child learn science skills even over spring break. The park, the zoo, an aquarium or a museum can bring science to life for young children as can these quick and easy workbook pages, which develop and reinforce science skills for even the youngest of students.
President Abraham Lincoln is well known as the president who was in office during the American Civil War. But what else do your students know about the 16th president of the United States? Have them complete this fun webquest to learn more!
Want to cover one more work of Shakespeare in your high school curriculum? English and History teachers, team up for two days of exciting and engaging fun as you begin a quick study of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.