American Civil War | Civil War Period and Reconstruction | Civil Rights | Slavery, Underground Railroad, Abolition | Content Area Reading
With this interactive slideshow, students follow the path of a slave in 1860 as he travels the Underground Railroad to freedom.
Students explore the seven “hats” worn by the U.S. President, from Chief Executive to Head of State.
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The Breaking Barriers Essay Contest is a chance for diverse students in grades 4-8 to share their personal stories and how they use Jackie Robinson's values to face their own barriers.
Students will discover history as they meet famous African Americans, explore jazz music, and much more.
In this online activity, share the heroic story of Rosa Parks, who played a pivotal role in the Civil Rights movement.
Students meet 10 history-making African Americans, from the inventor of peanut butter to the creator of the gas mask.
Students learn about the speech Martin Luther King Jr. gave in 1955 at the time of the Montgomery Bus boycott.
This resource helps students write a research paper on the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s.
Take a tour of Ellis Island, explore an interactive immigration timeline, and meet young immigrants in this online activity!
Help students understand the solar system, including the universe, gravity and inertia, and the planets, using these six science activities and their real-world examples.
Early readers practice identifying words with short-vowel sounds as they complete sentences in this fun Clifford Interactive Storybook.
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