Thursday, June 1, 2017

Paraguay on the Globe Coloring Sheet

"The boy is pointing to Paraguay, a country on the continent of South America." Students read the sentence, then read, trace, and write "Paraguay." Click here to print.

Monday, May 1, 2017

International Workers' Day Word Search Puzzle

WORD SEARCH PUZZLE: Find and circle each term related to International Workers’ Day (May Day, celebrated annually on May 1) in the puzzle.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Utah Fact Sheet Notebooking Page

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

Identify the Six Simple Machines - Worksheet for Kids

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).

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Ancient China Outlines and PowerPoints

Here are some free outlines and PowerPoints (with guided student notes) on ancient Chinese history, designed for high school World History students. Enjoy!

Han Dynasty of China History PowerPoint

Han Dynasty of China History Outline

Chinese Dynasties Brief History Outline

Chinese Dynasties History PowerPoint

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Getting First Graders Ready for School

Here are some fun worksheets to help first graders get back into the school groove. They are free to print.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

America's Story for America's Children by Mara Louise Pratt-Chadwick

A century ago, Mara L. Pratt-Chadwick wrote numerous popular books for children. The focus of her writing was typically the history of the United States. In America's Story for America's Children, she sought to introduce second grade students to American history.

We have adapted Pratt-Chadwick's lovely little book into a series of workbooks. These offer an introductory history of the U.S.A., from the landings of the Vikings in 1000 C.E., through the Civil War (1861-1865). Native American histories are included in the stories of Montezuma II and of Leaping Wolf. Language, grammar, etc., have been updated for modern readers.

  • The Northmen: Vikings in North America, 1000
  • Olaf and Snorri: Vikings and Native Americans
  • Christopher Columbus, 1492
  • Montezuma II of the Aztec (1466-1520)
  • Little Pueblo Prince and Coronado (circa 1540)
  • Virginia Dare and Roanoke (circa 1587)
  • Leaping Wolf: Iroquois and French (circa 1600)
  • Betty Alden and the Puritans (1623-1717)
  • Hans and Katrina in New Amsterdam (circa 1630s)
  • Marquette and Joliet Explore America in 1672
  • Eliza Lucas Cultivates Indigo in South Carolina (1700s)
  • George III and the American Revolution
  • The Stamp Act of 1765
  • The Boston Boys: American Revolution
  • The Army of Two: War of 1812
  • The Boy in Grey: U.S. Civil War
  • The Boy in Blue: U.S. Civil War

  • These workbooks are wonderful for classroom use, as they contain informational texts, valuable recall questions, handwriting and spelling practice, and much more. They are also valuable as a cherished supplement for those children whose minds desire to stay active.