Here you will find videos, jeopardy games, review materials, and links that teachers can use to print worksheets. This tab has links for both teachers and students to use. There's videos, worksheets, review materials, video tributes and more! Click on the links below and they will open!
Teacher Resources and Student Review
You can print U.S. History and Government practice regents exam to review for the real Regents Exam!
This study guide is all filled out, and all students need to do is STUDY it! This packet however doesn't include Presidents George W. Bush or Barack Obama.
Use the jeopardy's to review for the U.S. History and Gov. Regents Exam!
This site can be used by students and teachers. This site is useful for printing worksheets and Power Point presentations in the classroom, and out of the classroom.
This site you can use to test your knowledge on the U.S. states.
This fun site can help you prepare for a test or quiz. You can look up various topics that you want to be quizzed on.
Use this web site to review for a U.S. history quiz or test!
From this site, teachers can print off worksheets for whatever unit they are teaching!
This site has "Outlines, PowerPoints, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Maps, and More".
This website is for both students to learn about the U.S. government, and to provide government lesson plans to teachers.
The American Revolutionary War
Use this to review for your Revolutionary War quiz or unit test.
This is a summary of the American Revolution.
This video is a funny educational video about the American Revolution.
This is a funny educational video about the Shot Heard 'Round the World during the Revolutionary War.
The Birth of a New Nation
This category deals with the American Government. Government is heavily tested on the U.S. History and Government Regents Exam.
This funny video teaches about the Preamble of the Constitution!
This funny educational video teaches about the 3 branches of government.
This "School House Rock" video is about the process of a bill becoming a law.
This is a non-complex diagram of the Checks and Balances system.
The Civil War
The Reconstruction Era
The Progressive Era
World War I
The Great Depression
World War II
The Modern Era
This quiz will help you to determine if you are a Democrat or a Republican as well as lining you up to a candidate that has similar beliefs as you have.
Abraham Lincoln is the president that tried to make everyone happy in a time of crisis. He was trying to preserve the Union while trying to outlaw slavery, and he accomplished them both.
PLEASE WATCH!!!!!!!!!!! After watching this, I'm hoping you feel what it was like to suffer on the night of April 14, 1912, and the morning of April 15, 1912.
LET US REMEMBER ALL THOSE WHO DIED UNDER THE CRUEL NAZI LEADER ADOLF HITLER. I SAY "LOVE IS MORE POWERFUL THEN HATRED".
This tribute honors all of those who are and aren't alive. To all those who have fought in America's wars THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO. The voice at the beginning of this is FDR's speech after Pearl Harbor was attacked.
Today, June 6, we remember all those who fought in the Allied invasion of Normandy, France. We also remember all those to sacrificed their life for this event.
This is a tribute to honor the Supreme Court ruling of gay marriage being legal across all 50 states
This is a tribute to the Declaration of Independence signing.
This video honors all those who died during the deadly explosion on Hiroshima.
The music is very touching and I think viewers will like it.
This is a speech that my dad's college room mate gave on September 11, 2016
This video honors all those who served our country.
This video shows what happened on Pearl Harbor