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Welcome to Heaven in Grade Seven! I am a first year 7th grade social studies teacher in New Jersey and I love using creative and engaging lessons in my classroom.  I hope you find my resources useful!

  • 125 Weird History Facts! Preview

    125 Weird History Facts!

    Wow your students with weird history facts! This Google Slides presentation has 125 history fun facts. This can be used as an attention grabber at the beginning of a lesson, or at the end of class as a fun closure. There are facts about U.S. history,...

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  • Overview of the Renaissance Preview

    Overview of the Renaissance

    Introduce your students to the Renaissance with this Google Slide presentation! This presentation gives an overview of the Renaissance, including some of the different areas it impacted. The slides in this presentation are as follows: Slide 1: Do...

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  • Colonial Regions Test (w/ Answer Key) Colonial Regions Test (w/ Answer Key)

    Colonial Regions Test (w/ Answer Key)

    This test follows a unit on the 3 colonial regions. Students will be tested on their knowledge of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies through true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank, short response, matching, and an open-ended question...

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    iPhone from the Past

    Have your students create an iPhone for a historical figure! Students will pick a historical figure and come up with a wallpaper, text conversation, contact list, and call log with this PowerPoint phone template! There are editable text boxes for the...

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  • Declaration of Independence Break Up Letter Declaration of Independence Break Up Letter

    Declaration of Independence Break Up Letter

    Have students create their own 'Declarations of Independence' with this fun letter activity!   The Declaration of Independence is essentially a break up letter between Britain and the colonies. What better way for students to understand...

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  • Colors of the Wind - Lyric Analysis Colors of the Wind - Lyric Analysis

    Colors of the Wind - Lyric Analysis

    Put a historical twist on a beloved Disney classic! Students will read along with the lyrics to "Colors of the Wind" from Pocahontas. Students will be instructed to record their own analysis of the lyrics as well as answering the guiding questions...

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  • "Battle Cry of Freedom" - Song Analysis "Battle Cry of Freedom" - Song Analysis

    "Battle Cry of Freedom" - Song Analysis

    Challenge your students' knowledge on the Union and the Confederacy as they analyze the popular Civil War song "Battle Cry of Freedom"! This song originated as a pro-Union song and was soon adapted and used as a pro-Confederacy song. In this activity,...

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  • "Over There" WWI Lyric Analysis

    "Over There" WWI Lyric Analysis

    "Over There" by George M. Cohan is a patriotic song that was used during WWI to inspire American men to join the war effort. Analyze the song to learn more about American sentiments during World War I! For my classroom, I played the YouTube video linked...

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  • Jamestown Warm Up Activity

    Jamestown Warm Up Activity

    Put your students in the shoes of a colonist journeying to the New World! This warm up activity has students imagine what it would be like to travel to the New World for the first time. Students will utilize background knowledge about the New World and...

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  • "You'll Be Back" from Hamilton - Lyric Analysis "You'll Be Back" from Hamilton - Lyric Analysis

    "You'll Be Back" from Hamilton - Lyric Analysis

    Ever wonder what King George III had to say about the Revolutionary War? While we were learning about the causes of the Revolutionary War, my students always asked what King George III thought about the colonists' actions. This activity is a great way...

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  • Whose Side Are You On? Patriot vs. Loyalist Whose Side Are You On? Patriot vs. Loyalist

    Whose Side Are You On? Patriot vs. Loyalist

    Challenge your students to pick a side: Patriot vs. Loyalist! This activity has students read a series of scenarios and decide if they would join the Patriots or the Loyalists. There are 6 scenarios total, each challenging students' understanding of the...

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