The age old question: Why do we have to study this? This is a great resource for how to get students excited about studying the past in the first few days of school. Hook them before they even have a chance to ask the question!
A complete school year's worth slides!) of daily warm up or bell-ringer questions for American History! The slides start with Jamestown and the early colonies and continue through to the Patriot Act, and even President Obama!
Freebie from The Pensive Sloth. Add a PBL to your Civil War unit with the Civil War Museum Project. Appropriate for through grade social studies and history classes. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!
World War I Analyzing Propaganda Posters (World History)
These doodle notes are a great and fun way to learn about Reconstruction! I love it because they are different and change of pace for notes. Students will hopefully enjoy this activity with different learning processes.
Tom Richey's World History and US history site (AWESOME) Full of PowerPoints, and more This site is has a ton of resources for history teachers. I could use the powerpoints and videos as references for my own lessons.
United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love