Learning American History Through Movies & Free Timeline Movie Homeschooling I could not find a chronological list of movies of American History so I made the one below. First I created a timeline from 1630 to 2000 into 12 eras and listed the most important people and events. (You can download a 8.5×11 printable version below. ) Then I found period movies for each time period listed below (I will continue to add to this list). NOTE: The timeline is copyrighted.
Free Stuff! Here are the homeschool materials I create for my children and share with you. I make these for my own children, so they reflect what I want my children to learn…meaning that most of these have Bible elements to them :) Join the Yahoo Group if you want to receive an email from me when I create something new. For instance I created the American Revolution Lapbook back in the summer, but it didn’t make it onto the blog until we did it in February. Latinteach Resource Guide BBC ROMAN RESOURCES This is an excellent website for students in Key Stage 2 or Elementary School. There are printable worksheets, a time line, glossary and interactive games. A Walk Through Time gives students the opportunity to explore several different time periods, including Ancient Rome.
History for Kids: Ancient Mesopotamia Ancient Mesopotamia refers to the place where humans first formed civilizations. It was here that people first gathered in large cities, learned to write, and created governments. For this reason Mesopotamia is often called the "Cradle of Civilization". Map of Mesopotamia by Atanas Kostovski Geography
Practical Pages I am passionate about homeschooling and really enjoy my homeschool journey with my girls! Here are my notebook pages, minibooks and lapbook projects, handwriting charts and booklets, organizational tips and ideas … that I would love to share with you. You are welcome to download these pages freely for your own personal use. I humbly ask that you please share the link to my site rather than give the files away. :) MathsSouth African Money
Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms Glossary Home | Text Version Designed to help learners at any level better understand genetic terms Guided by national science standards Explained by scientists at the NIH The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) created the Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms to help everyone understand the terms and concepts used in genetic research.
Lesson Plans - Lesson Plan Back to Classroom Materials Teacher-created, classroom-tested lesson plans using primary sources from the Library of Congress. African American History American History Ancient Civilizations – Lost History? This has nothing to do with Ancient Aliens please don’t bring that in here. I’ve always been interested in alternative information and theories and recently stumbled on the idea of civilization being much older than conventional wisdom says it is. Do any of you believe the history of our civilization is much older than conventional wisdom says it is? I’m fascinated by what history we may have lost due to global catastrophes, climate change, and simply the erosion of time.
Learn Hebrew with HebrewPod101.com Learn Hebrew with HebrewPod101.com! Welcome to HebrewPod101.com's Hebrew Alphabet Made Easy series. In this video series of twenty lessons, you will learn the Hebrew alphabet, known as Alef-Beit. We will teach you Alef-Beit using simple steps, showing you the correct stroke order, helpful tricks for memorization, and proper usage in common Hebrew words. If you want to get started reading and writing Hebrew, this is THE place to start. You'll learn Hebrew in mere minutes with these audio and video lessons, so join us for Hebrew Alphabet Made Easy from HebrewPod101.com! Exhibits Collection New Englanders have a saying: "If you don't like the weather, just wait a minute." Weather forecasts may be more stable in other parts of the world, but the basic idea stands. Weather is dynamic, the product of interacting forces we are only beginning to understand. Witness the weather extremes caused by El Niño in 1997 and 1998. El Niño raised water temperatures in the Pacific and the effects were felt worldwide: crop failures, disease outbreaks, excess snow, or too little rain. Journalists have painted a picture of El Niño as an isolated event, a freak weather occurrence.
Analyzing Primary Sources Time and Place Rule Bias Rule Questions for Primary Sources Historians analyze historical sources in different ways. First, historians think about where, when and why a document was created. They consider whether a source was created close in location and time to an actual historical event. Ancient American's On-Line Theme Unit Page 1 Ancient New World Civilizations: The Big Picture Activity: Native cultures have existed in the Americas for thousands of years. Introduce some of the major ancient cultures to your students by creating a time line and a map of the early civilizations of North, Central, and South America. Background: Talk with your students about the long history of Native American cultures. People lived on this continent long before the early European settlers established colonies on American soil — even long before Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492.