Historical Movies for Middle School and High School Under R

From Schindler’s List to Free State of Jones, Hollywood has pushed out some impressive historical dramas. However, these films can be brutal. Here are some great historical movies for junior high and high school. Historical Movies for Middle School Under R From Schindler’s List to Free State of Jones, Hollywood has… Read More

10 Reasons to Teach History with Movies

Teaching history with movies has many advantages and makes learning fun and memorable! Here are 10 reasons to teach history through movies. 10 Reasons to Teach History with Movies Nothing can bring history to life like the big screen. Even if they’re not 100% historically accurate, many historical movies invite looking further… Read More

WWI and Great Depression Movies for Middle School and High School

Bring history to life through movies! Here is a list of WWI and Great Depression movies for middle school and high school that are PG-13 or under. I am a major supporter of teaching history through movies. Nothing can bring history to life like the big screen. Even if they’re not 100% historically… Read More

US Presidents Day Freebie

I’ve always loved learning about the Presidents! I recently came across this Animanics song which goes through all of our Presidents, and also includes little tidbits about each of the Presidents which are easy to memorize. With Presidents Day coming right around the corner, I made this list of Presidents, with 18 Fun Facts… Read More

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2016

On January 27, 1945, Russian troops liberated the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp, where over one million Jewish people lost their life. January 27 marks the official International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On Facebook, I posted pictures commemorating the Jewish victims, survivors, and the non-Jewish rescuers. These images were viewed over 90,000 times, and still counting.… Read More

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