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Texas history lessons to use in your homeschool or classroom, 4th grade, 7th grade hands on Texas history lessons when I can find them if not Texas history notebooking pages

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Texas colonization
Cattle Kings
Texas Revolution
Texas Age of Exploration
Texas Natives
Texas Geography
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Texas colonization

Cattle Kings

Explore these interactive games: stock a chuck wagon, lead a cattle drive, “Do you speak cowboy?”, stampede game and river crossing game 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Lesson Plans, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Class, Us History, Teaching American History

Texas Ranch House . Interactive History . Intro

Explore these interactive games: stock a chuck wagon, lead a cattle drive, “Do you speak cowboy?”, stampede game and river crossing game-s

Let's talk about the era of Frontier Texas! This time period included cattle drives, frontier wars, and the creation of the railroad. Texas Teacher, Teacher Blogs, History Interactive Notebook, Interactive Notebooks, Cattle Drive, 4th Grade Reading, Texas History, Songs To Sing, Home Schooling

How I Teach the Frontier Texas Unit

Help your 4th grade Texas History students to understand why cattle had so much value in Texas and shaped the formation of the state during frontier times.

This is a day lesson plan for graders to graders. Included are math lessons, geography, daily journals, and lots of fun. My students were so involved, they were worried about what was going to happen to their cattle over the weekend! 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, History For Kids, Study History, Nasa History, Cattle Drive, History Quotes

Texas Cattle Drive - A Classroom Simulation - Texas History

This is a 7-10 day lesson plan for 4th graders to 8th graders. Included are math lessons, geography, daily journals, and lots of fun. My students were so involved, they were worried about what was going to happen to their cattle over the weekend!

Texas Revolution

Runaway Scrape lesson #Texashistory #TexasRevolution Texas History, Us History, Hands On Learning, Hands On Activities, Hands On Geography, Texas Revolution, Walking In The Rain, Teaching History, Running Away

Recreate the Runaway Scrape with this fun lesson

The Texas Revolution has lots of memorable events, and the Runaway Scrape is a unique event to reenact.

Let's talk about the Republic of Texas era of Texas History! 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Interactive Notebook, Interactive Notebooks, History Lesson Plans, Republic Of Texas, Texas Pride

Republic of Texas

My Republic of Texas Notebook-a blog post with tips, tricks, and photos from inside my Republic of Texas INB to make sure your unit rocks!

Texas Age of Exploration

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Texas Natives

Texas Indians: The Karankawas presented by Infotopia, introduces you to the extinct tribe of Texas Indians, The Karankawas, who lived on the Gulf Coast. 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Worksheets, Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, Native American Movies, Native American History, Texas History 7th

Texas Indians: The Karankawas

Texas Indians: The Karankawas presented by Infotopia, introduces you to the extinct tribe of Texas Indians, The Karankawas, who lived on the Gulf Coast. Lear...

There were many distinct and specific Native American Tribes in Texas. It is important to know the region they lived in, how they lived, what kind of people they were, and any culture specific items. Native American Tribes, Native Americans, American Indians, 4th Grade Social Studies, Texas History, Teacher Tools, Fourth Grade, Anchor Charts, Teaching Resources

Native Americans of Texas

Are you about to teach your students about Native Americans of Texas both past and present? This highly engaging unit offers the change for true inquiry and student research.

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Natural Hygiene network - What did Native Texans eat?

Are we natural vegetarians or natural meat-eaters or perhaps omnivores? Texas is an interesting example - only 200 years ago the inhabitants of Texas were prehistoric stone-age peoples. What did their lifestyle look like? What did they eat? Were they healthy?

Texas Geography

Printouts for all 50 states from Crayola Website! reports on all 50 presidents and learning the Gettysburg Address! 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Tools, Learning Activities, Kids Learning, Teaching Ideas, States And Capitals, Budget Planer

Texas on crayola.com

Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the Texas page. 1. Color the flag's star vertical stripe blue. Color the horizontal stripes on the right red on the bottom. The rest of the flag should be white. 2. Color the Lightning Whelk Shell gray and white with purple and brown streaks. 3. Color the Mockingbird's body gray. The rest of the bird should be white.

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Free Copywork Cattle A Texas Poem For a Fun Unit Study. Whether you’re learning about Texas cowboys or cattle drives or the birth the Texas frontier, the poem by Berta Hart Nance in part says “other states were carved or born, Texas grew from hide and horn” embodies the spirit of Texas. CLICK here to download this free copywork at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus. Curriculum Planner, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling, Hands On Geography, Texas Cowboys, Alternative Education, Unit Studies, Worksheets For Kids, Language Arts

Free Copywork Cattle A Texas Poem For a Fun Unit Study

Free Copywork Cattle A Texas Poem For a Fun Unit Study. Whether you’re learning about Texas cowboys or cattle drives or the birth the Texas frontier, the poem by Berta Hart Nance in part says “other states were carved or born, Texas grew from hide and horn” embodies the spirit of Texas. CLICK here to download this free copywork at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus.

Runaway Scrape lesson #Texashistory #TexasRevolution Texas History, Us History, Hands On Learning, Hands On Activities, Hands On Geography, Texas Revolution, Walking In The Rain, Teaching History, Running Away

Recreate the Runaway Scrape with this fun lesson

The Texas Revolution has lots of memorable events, and the Runaway Scrape is a unique event to reenact.

Grab these fun and colorful 11 Famous Texans Notebooking Pages (editable pages) for a Texas history unit study. Each page has two famous Texans on them for a total of 22 Famous Texans. There are 11 notebooking pages which are editable and 11 pages have lines to practice handwriting. CLICK HERE to grab them!! Curriculum Planner, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling, Alternative Education, Texas History, Teaching History, Worksheets For Kids, Social Studies, Lesson Plans

22 Famous Texans Notebooking Pages (editable) For a Fun History Study

Grab these fun and colorful 11 Famous Texans Notebooking Pages (editable pages) for a Texas history unit study. Each page has two famous Texans on them for a total of 22 Famous Texans. There are 11 notebooking pages which are editable and 11 pages have lines to practice handwriting. CLICK HERE to grab them!!

If you’re planning a homeschool unit study about Texas or the American Cowboy, Cattle Drives or the Chisholm Trail, you’ll love these free hands-on resources, ideas, and printables over at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus. CLICK HERE to grab these fun resources! Hands On Geography, Us Geography, Texas Cowboys, Cattle Drive, Texas History, Unit Studies, Hands On Activities, Worksheets For Kids, Social Studies

History of the Texas Cowboy, Cattle Drives, and Chisholm Trail Free Unit Study

If you’re planning a homeschool unit study about Texas or the American Cowboy, Cattle Drives or the Chisholm Trail, you’ll love these free hands-on resources, ideas, and printables over at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus. CLICK HERE to grab these fun resources!

Why does Texas share a state bird with 5 other states South Texas, West Texas, Texas Land, West Virginia, Texas Movie, Sausage Wrap, Texas Monthly, Texas Parks

The Texanist: Why Do We Share a State Bird With Five Other States?

Why does Texas share a state bird with 5 other states

Free Davy Crockett & the Alamo Unit Study for middle to high school homeschool families: printables, hands-on activities, STEAM, Living Books, and more! Social Studies Notebook, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Teaching Tips, American History Lessons, History For Kids, Texas History, Us History

Davy Crocket Unit Study

Discover the real Davy Crockett and the battle of the Alamo. Build a potato cannon, write an obituary and more in this hands-on homeschool Davy & the Alamo unit study for middle & high school homeschoolers. Full STEAM, English Language Arts (ELA), history, living books, and more! Original science and writing printables free for subscribers (and subscribing is free, too!) #unitstudy #homeschool #davycrockett #history #steam #stem #middleschool #highschool #westwardexpansion #morningbas

Texas history lessons and field trips, including Texas geography, Texas Revolution and colonization of Texas You are in the right place about Social Study b 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Social Studies Notebook, Teaching Resources, History Jokes, History Timeline, Art History

Texas history lessons

We're studying Texas history next year and to prepare for that overwhelming subject I started searching up hands on Texas history lessons and shared with you.

Texas history lessons and field trips, including Texas geography, Texas Revolution and colonization of Texas You are in the right place about Social Study b 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Social Studies Notebook, Teaching Resources, History Jokes, History Timeline, Art History

Texas history lessons

We're studying Texas history next year and to prepare for that overwhelming subject I started searching up hands on Texas history lessons and shared with you.

to Build the Alamo: Day 5 Hands-on Learning (Free Texas Unit Study) How to Build the Alamo. Learning about Texas. Grab your free unit study and lapbook @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool PlusList of USB-C Power Delivery chargable laptops History Activities, Teaching History, Hands On Activities, 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Texas History 7th, Texas Revolution, American Revolution, History Classroom

How to Build the Alamo: Day 5 Hands-on Learning

How to Build the Alamo. Learning about Texas. Grab your free unit study and lapbook @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

Explore Mission Control with a NASA field trip NASA field trip Fun Activities To Do, Group Activities, Travel Activities, Hands On Activities, Science Activities, Science Ideas, Homeschooling In Texas, Homeschool Curriculum, Mission Control

Explore Mission Control with a NASA field trip NASA field trip

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History is more than dates and facts, it's the story of people throughout time. What stories will you learn at this World War 2 sub field trip? Texas History, Women In History, World History, Ancient History, San Jacinto Monument, Uss Texas, Uss Lexington, History Magazine, Virtual Field Trips

Exploring History in a World War 2 sub World War 2 sub field trip

World War 2 sub field trip, ways to expand the learning #fieldtrip #Texas #ww2 #homeschooling

The San Jacinto monument makes a great field trip. When you study Texas history I recommend your take a San Jacinto monument field trip with your kids. Texas History, Us History, American History, San Jacinto Monument, Uss Texas, Texas Revolution, Homeschool Preschool Curriculum, Mystery Of History, Family Adventure

San Jacinto Monument Field Trip

San Jacinto monument field trip, perfect to learn more about the Texas Revolution and Texas history #texashistory #fieldtrip #ushistory