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History & Holidays: Tips, Tricks, and Projects (Downloadable E-Book) all in one place: Maggie’s favorite history teaching tips, techniques, and projects (including photographs!) in one big e-book! Included are articles to help you teach your students about Columbus Day, Pearl Harbor Day, Black History Month, and so much more! This beautiful e-book will give you step-by-step directions for sharing these important holidays, lots of fabulous links, as well as great geography and history reference information.
Author: Maggie Hogan Pages: 34
Note: This product is delivered in an e-book format. This digital book file is in .pdf format, so you will need Adobe Reader in order to use it.
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The Mystery of History Volume IV Challenge Cards0 out of 5
Challenge Cards leverage children’s amazing ability to memorize large quantities of information! These cards capture the most important elements of each lesson in an easy-to-remember format. Included are a dozen game ideas and other suggestions for usage. Challenge cards can be used in combination with the note-taking cards or in substitution.
WorldWise Geography Card Games European Version0 out of 5
The Mystery of History Volume IV Coloring Pages0 out of 5
Students of all ages will enjoy these beautifully designed coloring pages made specifically for The Mystery of History Volume IV. Each page has been expertly drawn to capture one week of lessons. A great value for larger families! Delivered in .pdf file format.
WorldWise Geography Card Games Americas Version0 out of 5
The Mystery of History Volume II – Folderbook0 out of 5
The Mystery of History Volume II Folderbooks contains both the mini-books and the directions needed to fold and use them. Try just the first quarter of The Mystery of History Volume II’s four quarters or buy all four —at a substantial savings.
Students who enjoy working with their hands, who are artistic, creative, or visual will thoroughly enjoy a well-designed, meaningful Folderbook. Additionally, the time spent working together on Folderbooks yields meaningful discussion with your students as they further explore and recall what they have learned!
Illuminations Year 50 out of 5
Immerse your family in the history of America from the Civil War of the 1860s through the Cold War of the 1990s through the Christian lens of All American History volume II. In your year-long journey, all of your children in grades 312 will experience history come to life as they read exciting historical fiction and do family activities, map work, and quarterly projects. History will be the best part of your homeschool routine because of the great literature selections and study guides for titles such as Amos Fortune, Free Man; Follow the Drinking Gourd; Across Five Aprils; In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson; Twenty and Ten; and many more.
Your Illuminations Year 5 plan integrates literature, copywork, U.S. geography, and spelling to the historical period you are enjoying. Choose among options for five science fields, Bible reading, vocabulary, several writing and grammar options, life skills studies for high school students, and a government elective. And once all of your curricula are selected, our powerful Illuminations scheduler software provides customized weekly planning.
The Mystery of History Volume I Companion Guide0 out of 5
The Mystery of History Volume I Companion Guide is the perfect companion to the eBook and audiobook editions of The Mystery of History Volume I. This PDF file includes everything from the print edition of the book except the lesson text. Inside, youll find a wealth of activities, teaching helps, and reproducibles, all neatly organized at your fingertips. We’ve done the preparation for you, including: memory card ideas, Wall of Fame timeline suggestions, grading helps, a supplemental book list, Bible reading list, answer keys, and more!
Packing a Punch with Timelines and Maps (MP3)0 out of 5
Everything from history happened somewhere and at a certain time. In this recorded session by Maggie Hogan, you will learn how to use both timelines and maps for teaching geography and history. Learn the differences between reference timelines/maps and activity timelines/maps and why maps and timelines that students can interact with are better for young learners. The talk is sprinkled with practical ideas for creating timelines and for mapping projects.
Civitas: The Government Card Game4.91 out of 5
Civitas is a card game about different forms of government. Pass laws, solidify your leadership, and rule the table in this smart, fast-paced game.
Mix-and-match the 8 included decks to rule in a:
- Ages 10 to Adult.
- Play time: 5 Minutes to an hour.
- Minimal setup/cleanup.
- Box includes 225 Playing cards, 12 leadership cards, and simple rules.
101 Victorian Parlor Games — eBook0 out of 5
A delightful window into victorian-era American culture through classic games! Reproducible forms, templates, and materials list (for games that require any) are all included in this digital download. Games of memory, action, words, guessing games, and much more. Quick and easy to jump right in and play. You may download the PDF immediately after purchase.