Resource Library of FREE History and Geography Printables

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First page of printable Native American notebooking pages. Shows US map and space to draw Native American buildings.

 

 

Use these pages while learning about Native American tribes! Print one per tribe and then check out our Native American Unit Study post for resources.

 

 

 

 

Cover of the Around the World in 11 Weeks Passport Packet
To use our 11 FREE Country Unit studies, start by downloading the Around the World Passport and then pick the countries you want to study from this page and grab what you need!

 

 

 

 

 

Download these Matching Countries and Flags Worksheets! Your children can practice matching the country outline and the flag to 65 different countries.  And check out our post, Fun Ways to Study the Countries of the World, for lots more resources!

 

 

 

 

 

Two printed worksheets. Each showing the outline, name and flag for five different states for children to match by drawing a line.
Download these Matching US States/Territories and Flags Worksheets and let your children practice what they know about the state outlines and flags by matching them to the name of the state!  Then check out our post, Fun and Simple Ways to Learn the 50 States, for more resources.

 

 

 

 

Printable notebooking pages and note taking bookmarks.

 

Grab these notebooking pages and note taking bookmarks to use while you study different Presidents and First Ladies.  And for a list of Who Was…books about the different Presidents and First Ladies check out Our Who Was….? Presidents post.

 

 

 

 

 

Use these FREE Notebooking Pages and Writing Prompts about Martin Luther KingMartin Luther King, Jr. Notebooking Pages and Writing Prompts with one of the 13 books in our list of Best Martin Luther King, Jr. Books for All Ages or pick your own!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who Was Helen Keller with printable reading comprehension bookmark.

Use these reading comprehension bookmarks when reading the Who Was series. Click Who Was…..? In Women’s History for a list of books about women.

 

 

Three different notebooking printables.

Download these note taking bookmarks to use with any of the books in our Who Was…in Black History book list.

 

 

 

 

 

Use these FREE Notebooking Pages and Writing Prompts about Martin Luther KingMartin Luther King, Jr. Notebooking Pages and Writing Prompts with one of the 13 books in our list of Best Martin Luther King, Jr. Books for All Ages or pick your own!

 

 

 

 

 

First page in I Survived note taking pages showing places to write title, event, describe what happened along with causes and a picture.

 

These pages can be used with any I Survived… book.  Check out I Survived Books for Your Homeschool for a list of the books in historical order and subjects noted so that you can use in your homeschool.

 

 

Notebooking, vocabulary, writing prompt pages.

These notebooking pages can be used with any Magic Tree House historical fiction book. Check out Teaching History with Magic Tree House Books to see the books organized by historical period.

 

 

Magic Tree House Thanksgiving on Thursday book with a completed printable reading comprehension bookmard

These reading comprehension bookmarks can be used with any Magic Tree House. Check out Teaching History with Magic Tree House Books to see the books organized by historical period.

 

Who Was Albert Einstein? and Who Was Henry Ford? with notetaking bookmark.

Print these bookmarks to go with the Who Was…? books about Inventors. Here is the list of books.

 

 

 

Braille Alphabet with corresponding printable activities

Download this Helen Keller Unit Study and check out the post Explore Helen Keller’s Life with Hands-On Activities for more ideas!

 

 

Women of the Day Cards set along a timelineThese timelines to help teach history. There is a blank one you can fill in to use for a specific study like a war or print many of them to make a floor timeline. There are also personal timelines and timeline bookmarks. Read our post Using History Timelines in Your Homeschool for more ideas.

 

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