Education.com
Try
Brainzy
Try
Plus

History Activities

Teach your kid some history with these crafts and games that will provide him with an opportunity to interact with history in a more hands-on way. These activities will help your child gain an appreciation of how different things were throughout history and, in many cases, how much harder people had to work to have supplies and tools that we all take for granted these days. What's more, kids will have the opportunity to create their own versions of cultural art and artifacts and learn more about the peoples and customs that underlie a variety of cultural practices. Take a look at our history activities and select a few that your kid will find compelling.

Filters
Sort by:
Showing 31 to 45 of 49
Make the prehistoric monsters of the past seem a bit more real with a craft that brings the chill of the Ice Age to life!
History
Second Grade
How can your child learn about nations during the Olympics? By adopting 5 teams as his own! Here's how.
History
Fifth Grade
Honor our 16th president by having your kid assemble his famous stovepipe hat! This Abe Lincoln hat craft is the perfect way to celebrate Presidents Day.
History
First Grade
Explore history and prepare for backyard battle with this samurai helmet craft.
History
Fourth Grade
Help your child learn about Native American culture by illustrating a Native American zodiac wheel.
History
Third Grade
An ancient form of writing gets new life in an activity designed to help your child read understand what life was like for early Native Americans.
History
Third Grade
Help your fifth grader trace your family's roots and interview all the living mothers to create a makeshift, 3-D family tree!
History
Fifth Grade
Your child can now recreate history by building his very own fortified castle.
History
Fifth Grade
Spice up your first grader's spelling practice this President's Day by playing the Abraham Lincoln Penny Spelling game!
History
First Grade
This project, focused on the burial practices of ancient Egyptians, is a great addition to a social studies curriculum.
History
Fourth Grade
In this activity, your child will reference Matisse and also learn about patterns.
History
Fourth Grade
In this activity you and your child will learn about the African Americans that changed history in a fun quiz format.
History
Second Grade
Help your second grader celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King with this rainbow table mat.
History
Second Grade
Help kids tap into their inner inventor by teaching them how to make peanut butter through trial, error, and lots of taste testing!
History
First Grade
Inspire young anthropologists with this 5th grade art project: make patterned pottery in the Anasazi style! All you need are a paper plate and markers to start.
History
Fifth Grade

Share these activities with friends

clear all

Filter by

Content Type
Subject

Join us on Facebook

"Like" us to get activities (and more!) in your Facebook Feed.