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Our top holiday lesson plans for middle school students

The holiday season is not just about twinkling lights, sweet treats, and joyful celebrations. It’s also an excellent opportunity for middle school students to dive into the fascinating history of the “why” behind the holidays we celebrate. “Holidays Exposed!” offers an engaging and educational journey, providing teachers with comprehensive holiday lesson plans specifically geared for middle school students. It includes […]

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Martin Luther: Hero or Hype? Body Biography Project

In the world of history, there are countless individuals who have left incredible marks on the world. Some are celebrated for their heroic deeds, while others are remembered for their unwavering commitment to their beliefs. One such figure who straddles the line between hero and critic is none other than the Protestant Reformer Martin Luther. But is Martin Luther truly

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Ancient, Medieval, and US free History BUNDLED lessons

Grand Opening Free Mini-Units You’ll Love! These mini-bundles as FREE for a limited time! You can find them packed with comprehensive lesson content, engaging history activities, and interactive resources. After all, they are your one-stop solution for teaching the history of feudal or Medieval Japan, Ancient India, and the Colonies (Colonial America). Therefore, incorporating these resources into your lessons work

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Comparing Religions Lesson Plan

 This unit is one of Instructomania’s BEST-SELLERS! Religion is such an important aspect of the development of a civilization! The resources in this set were designed to cover the key facts that will help build great discussions and a fundamental understanding of cultural behaviors. This engaging, Common Core, comparing religions activity bundle is loaded with versatility and fun, including: ⭐ A

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