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Famous Deaf People in History

Explore the famous deaf people in history. Perhaps brainstorm with the class to see if they know any, or do a true or false quiz. This will help kids identify with deaf people even though they may not know any deaf people in their life.
1 Ask the class if they know any deaf musicians, dancers,

Pictures say a 1000 words

To illustrate a patriot song through a student created art slide show for a patriotic holiday event

Join the Revolution!

On April 19, 1775, the battle of Lexinton and Concord was fought. Your students can relive that unusual battle and follow the progress of the entire war — from that first day to the British surrender at Yorktown — by participating in some of the Revolutionary War activities below.

The Fourth of July: A Day to Remember

Polls reveal that Americans know surprisingly little about their country’s history. Education World remembers — and celebrates America’s struggle for independence with 13 patriotic activities, one for each of the original colonies!

Comparing Pictures

Students demonstrate skills in describing pictures.

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