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History Scavenger Hunt

Send your child on an online hunt where he will practice working with search engines and use his reading comprehension skills to find specific information.

How to Cane

In Colonial times, fixing a chair was a lot easier than making one! Any fifth-grader can wrap up a mirror or photo frame the same way Colonists caned chairs.

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution

Help your teen keep track of all the developments that led to the American Revolution, by portraying the steps visually--and literally!

Who Were the Founding Fathers?

Bring historical figures alive with this fun family activity! Your child will plan a founding fathers feast by researching historical figures.

Civil War Letter

Put yourself in the shoes of a Civil War soldier and write to a loved one.

The Mayflower Compact: Would You Sign?

Would you sign the Mayflower Compact? Read it and see!

Road to Independence

Help middle schoolers use maps, math, and history for some Fourth of July fun.

Signing the Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence set forth inspiring ideals of liberty. If your teen had the chance today, would she sign the Declaration?

Make a Knuckle Contour Map

Here's a social studies activity to help your middle-school or high-school teenager better understand how contour maps work using only the back of her hand.

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