The curated resources linked below are an initial sample of the resources coming from a collaborative and rigorous review process with the EAD Content Curation Task Force.
In this unit, students will complete four historical mysteries by exploring primary sources and answering the following questions with evidence, 1)Where is the history in a name? 2) What shared traditions make your family special? 3)Why do we have a day off from school? 4) How does a tradition become a holiday? Students will explore naming traditions, family traditions, civic versus religious holiday and lastly, the story of Juneteenth and how it has become a holiday celebrated across America.
History's Mysteries Historical Inquiry for Elementary Classrooms
In this Kindergarten unit, students will explore three mysteries, 1)What is the difference between then and now? 2) Where do people work? and 3) How is work different now than in the past? Students will explore primary source images from the Library of Congress to solve historical mysteries with evidence.