Around 50 lesson plans and 20 detective technique guidelines are big enough reasons for you to bookmark the website of History Detectives Special Investigations. They know their facts, they are interactive, they are detailed and they are amusing. A real gem! You and your students should just choose a history epoch and the lesson may start.
National Geography is one of those melting points in our civilizations that does not need a long introduction. When it comes to teaching young learners map skills, National Geography certainly has a leverage, which the detailed link shows.
Before the group of young learners flocks on a field trip it is nice to build anticipation along with building a map. These 21 Map Creation Tools will teach students apart from history and geography: enthusiasm, craftsmanship and decision-making.
One of the most innovative companies in the world proudly thinks of every single detail, which means organizing field trips as well. Students who are taken to Apple premises can experience the history and future unfold in front of their curious eyes.
In this selection of 5 trips teachers of different disciplines will find something for themselves. Yet, a visit to historic village is especially dear to us as it empowers young people to travel through time.
The National Museum of American History prepared very practical and engaging guidelines if you want to visit them with your students. The page contains orientation videos for both teachers and students, as well as great information and quizzes.