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Collage of old photographs depicting the Voices theme

Collage of old photographs depicting the Voices theme

Hundreds of FREE short passages for students in grades 5-12, organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers. www.CommonLit.org

Hundreds of free short passages for students in grades organized by theme. Each comes with questions for students and a guide for teachers.

Food Chain Collage - such a great way integrate science and art. Fun extension for Project Learning Tree's Web of Life activity.

Module I also like this one to teach the students about the food chain and then help them learn how to create art! {{{{{Food Chain Collage - such a great way integrate science and art. Fun extension for Project Learning Tree's Web of Life activity.

"I am bound to them, though I cannot look into their eyes or hear their voices. I honor their history. I cherish their lives. I will tell their story. I will remember them."What a great quote about ancestry and researching family history.

Discover and share Family History Quotes. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love.

(Rachel Scott, 2nd Grade)

Make this poster at the beginning of the year and add to it as we read books aloud throughout the school year!

Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - 1872 - ""WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM, AND WHERE IT GOES""

Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - 1872 - "WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM, AND WHERE IT GOES"

Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper - 1872 - ""WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM, AND WHERE IT GOES""

Victorian Women Ice Skating

The Last Skating Party of the Season, New York City Central Park - Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 1875

President Lincoln's Inauguration Ball at Washington, March 4, 1861.  These are from sketches of some of the ladies present at the ball, and what they were wearing. Of those identified, from L to R starting at the top:  Miss Carrie Bean, Miss White, of Washington, Miss Babcock, Mrs. Frank Smith of Boston, Miss Brown. 2nd row, Mrs. Colonel Yates, Miss Rose Cowen, Mrs. Squier, Mrs. Alexander of Boston, Mrs. Drake Mills, Mrs. Rice of Boston.  Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March 21, 1861.

Inauguration Ball at Washington, March Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, March

Andrew Johnson takes the oath of office from Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice, in the parlor of Kirkwood House, Washington, after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Original Artwork: Engraving published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

Andrew Johnson takes the oath of office from Salmon P. Chase, Chief Justice, in the parlor of Kirkwood House, Washington, after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Original Artwork: Engraving published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.

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