Historical Unit Studies for Kids

If you’ve been following my blog for a long time you’ll know it’s no secret that I love history! While I typically provide resources for grades 5+, here are some historical unit studies for around grades 1-6. Most are free, and if they’re not, I have their price listed.

Historical Unit Studies









Greek Mythology Study – Worksheets, advice, books, plus a link-up for more Greek mythology resources!

American Revolutionary War Pack – Free 110 page American Revolutionary War pack, ideally for ages 2-8.

Why did the US enter the Vietnam War? – A lesson plan designed for young elementary and high schoolers to do together.

D is for D-Day – A large collection of resources for grades 1-6; including books, movies, projects and more.

Liberty’s Kids Activities – Activities to go with the 40-episode animated series Liberty’s Kids.

100 Historical Books for Kids – 100 historical books for kids, with detailed reviews

11 WWII Picture Books – 11 quality WWII picture books for kids, examining events like Pearl Harbor and the lesser-known Holocaust heroes like Chiune Sugihara and Irena Sendler.

Butterflies to remember the Holocaust – A simple activity for a somber subject, based on the Butterflies to Remember project

Historical Movies for Kids – A list with G and PG historical movies for kids, with summaries.

30+ Ways to teach History without a Textbook – My favorite ways to learn without a textbook!

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About Samantha

Samantha is a teen entrepreneur and a former unsocialized homeschooler from Indiana, USA. Samantha is interested in WWII history, Israel, and politics. Her specialities are words, frugality, homeschooling, and procrastination. When not blogging, Samantha spends her time reading, trying to speak Hebrew, and wasting time on Pinterest.

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