Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Check out some of our latest releases:
Pocahontas Bellwork Puzzle Worksheet - Students are asked to unscramble terms in order to complete six statements about the life of Pocahontas (circa 1596-1617). Then, students search for eight names in a word search puzzle. For grades four and up.
Powhatan Letter to John Smith DBQ Worksheet - Free printable DBQ worksheet on a letter written circa 1609; designed for high school United States History students.
Iran Political Map Worksheet - This stand-alone worksheet features a map of Iran followed by six multiple-choice questions. Our map worksheet on Iran is designed for students from upper elementary through high school.
Thirty Days Hath September Printable - Students are asked to read, trace, and write this famous mnemonic device rhyme. Available in print or cursive.
Japan: Meiji Restoration, Japanese Imperialism, and the Build-Up to World War II in Asia PowerPoint - Designed for high school World History. Includes review questions.
Nationalism Causes and Effects DIY Blank Chart Worksheet - For this DIY infographic worksheet, students are asked to list the short- and long-term causes and effects of the development of nationalism worldwide.
Abbreviations Handout - Here is a handy list of some common (and a few uncommon) abbreviations used in written English, as well as (where appropriate) the Latin translation.
Revolution and Nationalism in Mexico Printable Pop Quiz - This test features fifteen multiple-choice questions, to be printed on one double-sided sheet of paper.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Monday, May 1, 2017
Sunday, April 2, 2017
|Here is a fun worksheet for having students research the state of Utah. Not only must students gather the information, but they must cite their sources. Topics include capital city, population, governor, number of electoral votes, agricultural products, industries, geographical features, tourist attractions, and historical information. Free to print (PDF file) here.|
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Students are asked to identify the six simple machines: (1) inclined plane, (2) lever, (3) pulley, (4) screw, (5) wedge, and (6) wheel and axle. The images on this identification worksheet have a more basic engineering look than commonly used photographs. This simplicity helps students to understand the six simple machines in their most basic form, and to be able to better recognize them in everyday applications. Free to print (PDF file).