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Spotlight History: Revolutionary War
In this one hour course students will be introduced to the Revolutionary War and participate in a fun craft.
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History is an adventure! Let's learn about history in fun small-dose sections. Today's topic is the Revolutionary War! In this class we will spend 30 minutes talking about the Revolutionary War and introducing students to the important historical facts about this monumental event, which resulted in the United States of America. We will journey with historical figures such as George Washington to discover what happened in the Americas way back in the 1700s. The last 30 minutes of class will...
Students will be introduced to the Revolutionary War. My goal with my Spotlight History classes is to introduce different historical topics to elementary age students in a fun, positive away in an effort to get them excited about history and realize that learning can be a great, fun adventure!
I have a minor in history and love learning about a variety of events. I find learning history fun, but it has been gained the reputation of being boring through the years. My goal with my Spotlight History classes is to introduce different historical topics to elementary age students in a fun, positive away in an effort to get them excited about history and realize that learning can be a great, fun adventure!
Students will need construction paper (blue and red plus other colors), scissors, glue and markers. Students will also need 2 large sheets of construction paper (11x14 if possible) and a stapler. Students will also need yarn or other string and tin foil. A one hole punch is recommended as well.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learning is an Adventure!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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113 completed classes
Hi! My name is Jessica Wilson and I believe that learning should be an adventure. I live in Southern Utah with my four boys and our dog Boomerang. We love going hiking and exploring. One thing that we love to do is visit historical sites. I love...