American History | Classroom Reviews

1775 Rebellion Board Game

https://www.academygames.com/ For 2 or 4 players or teams, age 12 and up by Emerson Sandow Academy Games, the maker of 1775 Rebellion, is among the top game publishers in the country. Their entire line of board games are challenging, educational and intelligent. One can learn a great deal of historical relevance from each game. The […]

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izzit.org – Critical Thinking Starts With Interesting and Stimulating Online Articles & Video Programs Absolutely FREE!

www.izzit.org A perfect Free teaching vehicle for teachers & students K-college 2002 Filmore Avenue Erie, PA 16506 888.242.0563 E-mail: ask@izzit.org by Michael Leppert Teachers these days need all of the resources available to keep abreast of the changing face of education. Next to learning to read and write, Critical Thinking is probably the most important […]

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The Grannie Annie – Historical Family Stories Written by Young People

Online: Interviewing Tips, Writing Resources, Illustration Guide, 420 Published Stories, Index of Published Stories http://www.thegrannieannie.org/ by Michael Leppert Many classroom teachers have realized that a great way to learn about world history is to use a student’s own family’s history as the center of their studies. Once they know a bit about a relative’s life, […]

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Aunt Phil’s Trunk – Alaska History in Print & eBooks

https://auntphilstrunk.com/ 6831 Viburnum Drive Anchorage, AK 99507 Cellular (907) 230-7903 auntphilstrunk@gmail.com laurel_bill@yahoo.com by Michael Leppert Phyllis Downing Carlson was an award-winning Alaskan historian who chronicled this mysterious and romantic region’s past throughout her lifetime. Her niece, Laurel Downing Bill, inherited Phyllis’ (Aunt Phil) notes, clippings and other source materials in 1993, at her passing. Aunt […]

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American Minute – American History – and the World — Is Fascinating & Entertaining

http://www.americanminute.com/ Free e-mail subscription Review by Michael Leppert Our beautiful country is often referred to as “The Great Experiment” and its short history is packed with interesting facts and amazing anecdotes. . . much of it trivia, but still interesting and memorable. A grasp of this history is essential to all Americans’ maintaining their freedom […]

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