African American Trailblazers(6 Reader's Theater Scripts)

History of the State of the Union Address, A Webquest

Ireland and St. Patrick's Day: Test Your Knowledge Challenge

Ireland and St. Patrick's Day, A Webquest

A Visit with McSean, a Lebrechaun, A Reader's Theater Script

Women's History Month: A Webquest

Women's History Month:Test Your Knowledge Challenge

A Bundle of Reader's Theater Scripts on Famous Women

A Bundle of Readings on Famous Women

Ada Lovelace, First Computer Programmer(A Reading)

History of Candy, A Webquest!

Mesopotamia: A Bundle of Resources

Phoenicians, A Bundle of Resources

ALL Things Egyptian!

FAKE News!Can you Tell The REAL News?

Revolutionary War Bundle

Civil War Bundle

Learn About Our Government Bundle

Writers: A Bundle of Reader's Theater Scripts

STEM BIographies! 6 Reader's Theater Scripts

STEM BIOGRAPHIES, Reader's Theater Scripts (Part 2)

Everything has a History!)*also sold individually

Civics:Learn about Our Government: A Bundle of Resources!

U.S. Landmarks!

World Landmarks!

My Book- Fashion Rules!

My Book-Mrs. Paddington and the Silver Mousetraps

Reader's Theater Scripts(Biographies in Ancient History):

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Is That FAKE News?

Anti-Bullying Resources

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Bell Ringers!

In the News!
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Mrs. Portulaca Purpilopilis

and the Purple Adventure Goggles


The Wooden Cookie Box Story The Wooden Cookie Box

DBQ Activities!

Facts to Wow your Friends!

World Landmarks: Lots of fun things to use with your students!

Teaching Ideas!


Geography Activities

Geography Ideas!

Purpleannie's Travels

Crossword Puzzles!

Short Reads of interest

Dive into Career Choices

Teaching Tips A-Z

Mrs. Waffenschmidt
Science Fun!




Landmarks from Around the World

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The Election Process

Just How Do We Pick A President?


Gail Skroback Hennessey

Learn about the Presidential Election and the process with this webquest.

1. 1. Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States. He was elected in 2016. In which state was he born?___________In which business did Donald Trump make a lot of money?___________________ In which television series did he star for five years?__________________ Find the answers at this link: Find the answers at this

2. What is the symbol of the Democratic party?_________ What is the symbol of the Republican party?_____________Which famous cartoonist drew both symbols?_____________ Find the answers at this link:

3. What are the THREE requirements to VOTE in the United States?_________________________________. Find the answer at this link:

4. To be eligible to run for President of the United States, how old must you be?_________Another requirement is that you are a "natural born"U.S. citizen. You can be born in another country but only if thisrequirement is met._______________ How many years must you have lived in the United States to be eligible to run for President?__________Find the answers at this link:

There are 14 web questions in the complete resource.

Did You Know?

The President of the United States receives a salary of $400,000 plus $50,000 for expenses.

Both John Kennedy and Herbert Hoover did not accept their salaries! Herbert Hoover earned $75,000 and John F. Kennedy's salary was $100,000 per year as president.

James Garfield, Harry Truman,Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were left-handed presidents. Some books say Herbert Hoover was also but his Presidential Library says he was not.

There are seven Did You Know? facts.

Comprehension Questions:

  1. What are two requirements to become President of the United States?
  2. What skill(s) do people think Donald Trump has to be president?
  3. After the election in November, the current president, who will leave office on Inauguration Day, is often called a "lame duck" president. What do you think this means and why?
  4. Why do you think the 22nd Amendment was past limiting the term of a president?

There are SEVEN comprehension Questions in the complete resource.

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INAUGURATION DAY! Learn all about the history of this day

State of the Union, A History(Webquest)

INAUGURATION DAY! Learn all about the history of this day

Just what is this word called Impeachment?You may have heard the word IMPEACHMENT being used in the news. Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States,was impeached by the House of, in 2020. The Senate, without calling any witnesses, voted to acquit at Donald Trump's trial. All Democrates voted for conviction and only one Republican, Mitt Romney, voted to convict Donald Trump on one of the two charges. Impeachment is forever, despite the verdict at the trial. What exactly is impeachment? In U.S. History, only three presidents have had charges of impeachment. Use this webquest to learn more about how the founding fathers determined the use of impeachment in the U.S. Constitution and the history of impeachment. Click here:What is this Word Called Impeachment(A Webquest)