Mankind has dreamed of flying for centuries. However, it wasn’t until 1903 that a pair of brothers solved the impossible mystery of a heavier-than-air flight. So, how did this dynamic duo of ordinary bicycle mechanics design the first successful flying machine? We’ll discuss it in this post.
It’s hard to believe that less than 100 years ago, segregation between black and white people existed. Due to the Jim Crow Laws, African Americans were only allowed to drink from specific water fountains, borrow books from “black” libraries, and sit in a section on the back of the bus designated for them.
If you've been looking for a comprehensive U.S. history study for multiple age groups, look no further! Home School in the Woods' Time Travelers U.S. History series has everything you've been looking for, from lessons and teachers' guides to lapbooks, notebooking pages, timelines, maps, and dozens of other projects!
Anyone who’s studied history for more than a few seconds knows that there’s a lot going on. Between the countless names of famous people and places and the various dates and eras throughout which things happened, there’s quite a bit to keep track of! When you’re overwhelmed by the pure quantity of information being thrown at you, it can be really helpful for teacher and students alike to try teaching with timelines to help restore some order to the insanity and keep your history studies light and fun rather than sluggish and boring. What are timelines? Simply put, timelines...