Links for Interactive Activities and Games.  The Castle Adventure link is a lego game that teaches all about castles - it was awesome!

Links for Interactive Activities and Games. The Castle Adventure link is a lego game that teaches all about castles. Anything interactive is a plus, and my students are very curious about castles.

Music History posters: Middle ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Twentieth Century periods

art music History Poster posters pleased Romantic baroque Middle Ages renaissance twentieth century vermidian art music history

Free Middle Ages themed resources at Homeschool Giveaways.  You'll find free Middle Ages printables, lapbooks, unit studies, and more.

Free Middle Ages Themed Resources

Free Middle Ages themed resources at Homeschool Giveaways. You'll find free Middle Ages printables, lapbooks, unit studies, and more.

The most re-pinned of all my pins:  Google Image Result for https://mrgrayhistory.wikispaces.com/file/view/E_Middle_Ages_-_Feudalism.jpg/244137153/407x710/E_Middle_Ages_-_Feudalism.jpg

Early Middle Ages: The early Middle Ages saw a resurgence in a hierarchical class system with the rise of feudalism, which made the vassals and lord richer, and the peasants poorer by making them work land they didn't own and barely paying them anything

The Middle Ages: Twelve Activities Take Students Back in Time!

The Middle Ages: Twelve Activities Take Students Back in Time! This lists some good activities and ideas!

We’re in the middle of our second year in a row in the Middle Ages. History is always our biggest…

If you need a great resource for Middle Ages books, you've come to the right place. Here's a HUGE list of books for your Medieval Ages studies. Lots of other great info/ideas.

Middle Ages in the 1300s: Black Plague Simulation; Worksheets on the Crusades, Hundred Year’s War - Homeschool Den

Middle Ages in the Black Plague Simulation; Worksheets on the Crusades, Hundred Year’s War - Homeschool Den

This excellent Coat of Arms project is great for a unit on the Middle Ages or for a back-to-school "get to know each other activity"! Included is a directions page that gives the historical background of Coats of Arms and heraldry, as well as simple instructions for students on how to create a Coat of Arms. Next is a fantastic printable Coat of Arms template to use in class and a rubric to help with grading. Your students will love making these!

Middle Ages Coat of Arms Project

This excellent Coat of Arms project is great for a unit on the Middle Ages or for a back-to-school "get to know each other activity"! Included is a directions page that gives the historical background of Coats of Arms and heraldry, as well as simple instructions for students on how to create a Coat of Arms. Next is a fantastic printable Coat of Arms template to use in class and a rubric to help with grading. Your students will love making these!

Bread in the Middle Ages, includes some history on medieval bread and a couple of recipes, one Persian

Kings, knights, monks, peasants - everyone in the Middle Ages ate bread. This page includes medieval bread recipes and interesting facts about this food.

Middle Ages Unit Study Resources including books about the Middle Ages for kids, Middle Ages lesson plan ideas, educational videos and crafts.

Middle Ages Unit Study Resources

Middle Ages Unit Study Resources including books about the Middle Ages for kids, Middle Ages lesson plan ideas, educational videos and crafts.

History: Middle Ages for Kids

History: Middle Ages for Kids

Aachen Cathedral, Aachen Germany  -  midieval Romanesque om style  -  construction on the chapel begun by Charlemagne around 792 making this the oldest cathedral in Northern Europe  -  during the Middle Ages, known as the "Royal Church of St. Mary at Aachen".  Charlemagne generation 41 on family tree.

Aachen Cathedral, Aachen Germany - Medieval Romanesque dom style - construction on the chapel begun by Charlemagne around 792 making this the oldest cathedral in Northern Europe - during the Middle Ages, known as the "Royal Church of St. Mary at Aachen".

Picture takin in Gásir, Iceland. In no other place in Iceland is it possible to find so many antiquities from a trading post from the Middle Ages. Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the 13th and 14th centuries. Archaeological digging in the area during the last six years has shown that it was a trading post up to the 16th century, possibly until trading started in Akureyri.

Gásir was the main trading post in northern Iceland during the Middle Ages, and the place is mentioned many times in Old Icelandic Sagas from the and centuries.

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