Saturday, November 12, 2022

Free Quebec History Mystery 4: Daily Life for the Iroquoians Around 1500

 Free Quebec History Mystery 4: Daily Life for the Iroquoians Around 1500

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Are your learners ready for a new dive into history? In this unit, they will learn all about what an Iroquoian village looked like around 1500, what a longhouse was, and the different responsibilities men and women had.

If you have never used a history mystery before, you'll love how simple they are to implement, whether you are a homeschooler or in a co-op or classroom. All your learner(s) will need to do is scan the QR codes (or click on them) to read a few short paragraphs of information. They will then answer questions and earn a badge for solving the 'history mystery'.

It's just a fun way to keep them wanting to learn more - and collect all the badges as they go!

In this unit, I have also included a fun project idea that is entirely optional. Since kids will be learning what an Iroquoian village looked like, why not spend an afternoon making a diorama of one. It would make a great addition to a learning portfolio, and kids can use their favourite craft mediums or even use items they find outside in nature to build them. They could even build it outside at the park, take a photo, then leave it behind!

However you use this little history unit, I hope it helps you and your kids enjoy learning about the history of Quebec just a little bit more!

You can download it for FREE by clicking on the link under the image below. All I ask is that when sharing this resource, you share the link to this blog page and not the google link. Thank you!