American History Interactive Notebook - Exploration through Reconstruction Bundle - Use this 300+ page resource with your 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade classroom or home school students. Graphic organizers, interactive notebook materials, quizzes, and more are included. These work great as scaffolded notes too! Topics include European explorers, the Reformation, Patrick Henry, Thomas Paine, Federalism, and much more! {middle schoolers, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth graders, U.S. History, US…

American History Interactive Notebook Exploration - Reconstruction Bundle 8th Gr

American History Interactive Notebook - Exploration through Reconstruction Bundle - Use this page resource with your or grade classroom or home school students. Graphic organizers, interactive notebook materials, quizzes, and

The best way to learn world history and explore new civilizations is by studying GRAPES. Whenever my students begin studying a new civilization, I distribute GRAPES charts to students to fil…

The GRAPES chart would be good to use when studying different time periods. Students would be able to observe different aspects of that time period or event.

Hip-Hop U.S. History: The New and Innovative Approach to Learning American History (Flocabulary Study Guides)

Thirteen Colonies Lesson Plans for 8th Grade American History

Hip-Hop U. History: The New and Innovative Approach to Learning American History (Flocabulary Study Guides), a book by Blake Harrison, Alexander Rappaport

Social Studies activities for Elementary and Middle School is fun and engaging with Social Studies Interactive Notebooks for the Year Bundle! 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and even 8th grade students love these hands-on foldables, projects, and lessons. Teaching Social Studies units about government, maps, and history is easy with these classroom-tested ideas.

Social Studies Interactive Notebooks, Mini Units, and Activities Mega Bundle

Social Studies activities for Elementary and Middle School is fun and engaging with Social Studies Interactive Notebooks for the Year Bundle! 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and even 8th grade students love these hands-on foldables, projects, and lessons. Teaching Social Studies units about government, maps, and history is easy with these classroom-tested ideas.

Civil War Lesson Plans for 8th Grade American History

Civil War Lesson Plans for 8th Grade American History

8th Grade US History Trailer...cool idea to make for the start of the year or to have students create at the end of the year

Unit Idea: I would have students work in groups to create a "movie" trailer based on Christopher Columbus discovering America.

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