Teaching Tip: 100th Day Museum

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

I started sharing about our 100th day last week, but this week, I'm adding another addition.  I'm going to set up a 'museum' in our school with inventions from 1919, food, politics, and news stories.  Another big thing that happened in 1919 was the fact that this is the year Congress endorsed the 19th Amendment.  I made a little flyer with a QR code that leads to a short/informative video about how this came about.  Here is the link to the free printable. 
I also used this website:
to print off info about 10 women.  I'm going to set up a ballot box with their names on the ballots, and I'm going to make a sash like the ones they would have worn during protest. 

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