NO PREP Worksheets to go along with American Experience: The Crash of 1929. Easy to correct multiple choice format, both consumable and reusable formats included. These Crash of 1929 Worksheets come with a fast correct answer key as well as an annotated one.
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Wall Street Crash of 1929. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer the worksheet questions.
This reading passage covers the basic and most important information about Alexander Graham Bell. Five comprehension questions are included. Answer keys included! If you are in interested in more, check out my: Famous American Reading Passages Pack
Early American History Activities for Kids a 10 day series by EducationPossible.com. Crafts, recipes, hands-on learning and more. We've also included a FREE download for Exploring the 13 Colonies Through Notebooking and Unit Study.
FREE Thanksgiving Book and Game... Reading, Thanksgiving, Informational Text 3rd, 4th, 5th Fun Stuff, Printables, Games..The stories are written on an early fourth grade reading level. They could easily be adapted for younger students with the teacher reading the stories orally.Thanksgiving Book and Game includes a turnaround upside down book as well as a comprehension game...
This Memorial Day No Prep Bundle is all you will need to help your 4-7 grade students learn and understand what Memorial Day is all about. This is a personalized product to help make the holiday real for your classes. I have dedicated it to a student of mine who was a Captain in the Special Ops and lost his life in Afghanistan. I have provided web links so that the children can read about him. Included is a timeline of the history of Memorial Day.
World War II Home Front - Reading, Questions and Journal Activity - This 7 page World War II resource includes a 2 page reading on the home front of World War II in the United States. The reading includes 4 World War II home front topics, including: the Lend-Lease Act, Japanese-American Internment, World War II Propaganda Campaigns and American Women Entering the Workforce (Rosie the Riveter).