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Presidents' Day Activities!
The third Monday in February is the annual observance of Presidents' Day. Education World offers excellent activities to teach students about the presidents of the United States.

Celebrate the Century: Search the Web for U.S. History of the 1900s
Search the Web to learn more about the stories behind the stamps that commemorate the people, places, events, and trends of the 1900s. Ten articles, one for each decade!

A World at War
Education World presents "The World Wars," the latest article in our yearlong Millennium Series.

The Holocaust
Twelve lesson plans for teaching about the Holocaust. Included: Activities that involve students in creating time lines and ABC books, writing poetry and letters, and learning about Anne Frank and Holocaust rescuers!

Civil War Lesson Plans and Activities
More than a dozen lessons for teaching about the Civil War. Teachers can use these lessons to teach what caused the war, what it was like to live in a nation divided, and much more.

From Sea to Shining Sea: A Nation Moves Westward!
Education World introduces you and your students to 65 years of history from Lewis and Clark to the transcontinental railroad. Included: More than 20 activities to help students take part in America's westward expansion.

Join the Revolution!
Invite your students to follow the progress of the American Revolution -- from the first battle to the final surrender -- by participating in these Revolutionary War lessons and activities.

Back in the Day: Lessons from Colonial Classrooms
Encourage your students to experience the lives of colonial children by participating in some of the same activities children enjoyed -- or endured -- more than 200 years ago. Then invite them to explore similar lessons -- updated for the technological age.

Discoverer's Day
Land ho! From Columbus to Cortez...Education World spans the globe in search of great sites, lesson plans and new ways to explore the world of Discoverer's!

The Middle Ages: Twelve Activities Take Students Back in Time!
Learn how a unit on the Middle Ages inspired great writing among fourth and fifth graders in Chandler, Arizona. Included: 12 great activities for teaching about the Middle Ages.


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