Popular U.S. History Activities for Language Arts

Papers on a desk  Connect language arts and U.S. history with these printables, lessons, and activities for elementary, intermediate, and high school students. Use the many literature guides, reading passages, and writing activities below to study the people, politics, and events that comprise America's rich history. You will find research ideas, vocabulary lists, discussion questions and word puzzles for the study of Colonial times through the twentieth century.


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