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Elections are part of the American way of life. From time immemorial, citizens of the United States have geared up and headed to the polls every November in order to vote on important issues, elect local representatives, and choose a national leader every fourth year.

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Sometimes it takes getting your hands dirty to really understand something, and nowhere is this concept truer than in the kitchen! These five recipes are designed to spice up your school with some historically accurate culinary finery of the highest order, from Johnny Cakes to Marengo Chicken, Wassail, and more.

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Newspapers. You’ve probably read one at some point in your life –– even if it was just to read the latest Peanuts comic strip! But what if we told you that by using the format of a newspaper, you could help your child better remember important topics within history?

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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!

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Looking for ways to spice up your history studies? Try adding dress up into the mix! This article breaks down some of the best ways to incorporate dress up into your history studies.

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