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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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If you've always wondered what exactly a lapbook is, this post is for you! From the general concept of why a lapbook is helpful in the classroom to a breakdown of how to make one yourself, this article will take you step by step through the amazing world of lapbooking and how it can help your school!

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Our Time Travelers series of U.S. History studies are very popular for various reasons, but often it's hard to fully understand all of the different things that each study brings with it! This post helps to answer questions like "what do they include?" "how long do they take?" "what ages are they for?" etc.

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While there are many accomplishments that George H.W. Bush achieved throughout his life, there can be little doubt that the outpouring of admiration, respect, and love that has burst forth like a torrent since his passing on November 30, 2018, has been especially poignant due to more than just respect for an office.

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A hundred years ago World War I ended on Armistice Day. This year we celebrate that important centennial anniversary with a holiday we're all familiar with ...Veterans Day! Here's my take on the whole story from the war to the holiday and everything in between.

Plus a really cool new WORLD WAR bundle of projects to boot!

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